The virus has been altered. Don’t ask how I did it. That will take much too long and much too much paper. Almost 60 days of research and lab work and I’ve done it. I made it.
Instead of the virus attacking the brain, the virus will instead attack cancerous cells, AIDS cells, and really any foreign cells that are not meant to be a part of a human.
I have yet to test it, primarily because I have yet to get my hands on a cancerous animal, but I should be getting one within the week. My new assistant—from Trevor at the CDC—Taniya, said she had found one I could use.
So we’ll see what happens. Hopefully everything works. Based on my research it should, but I’ve been surprised before.
I’ll update about other stuff later.
The cases of Coronavirus have gone up by 7 in Missouri in the past twelve hours. I wish there was some way to speed up the production of my cure, but I don’t even know yet if my cure is truly a cure. For cancer/AIDS, let alone for anything else. I guess only time will tell.
Odds are it will even off at some point with all of the decisions to cancel work and cancel school and recommendations to remain indoors. But it doesn’t change the fact that this is frightening. I wish I could solve this problem. I wish I had an answer. I wish there was some way to just snap my fingers and solve this problem.
I’m lonely. I miss Chris. If Chris was here, Chris would know what to do. Chris’ smile would light up the room. I’ve got to stay strong and persevere through this time for the memory of Chris. Chris can’t have died in vain.
I will find the cure.