When his fiancé diagnosed a cancer, Marco did his best to find any remedies for her sickness. Every created formula was a failed test but nature has it's own way to helped the humanities. HELP? REMEDIES? Is it? Or it's a way to create a monster that even myth has forgotten it! Will love take them to the right path or her new life will take Humanity to it's end? *************** STRANGE BLOOD Untitled "How was it? " He gave his co doctor slash friend a disappointed response, "I don't know if I'll continue all these, Ron," he roam his eyes around in every corner of the Lab. "But... " there's always a but; for there are always a reasons... for him, perhaps. "But I have to keep going for Elizabeth. It's her life at stake, so, I have to keep going. " Just like their former formulas, the current one was another failed test. "I understand, Marco, believe me... " Ron stopped as if the next words would be a matter of life and death. "Believe me if I say we understand your situation but... But Elizabeth is getting weaker and weaker. We know how much you love her but maybe it's about time to... " his friend's voice cracked but trying to elaborate what was he's trying to tell. "Maybe it's about time to let her go? " he said the last words with full of agony. Marco didn't bother to uttered even a single word. His attention is currently on his failed project! The Project Elizabeth. One year ago when he started the Project Elizabeth when his fiancé was diagnosed a stage four brain cancer. From that day, he started looking for any remedies to her illness. How could he forgets all the sacrificial rats and even those naked mole-rat? Every formula that they created—he and Ron—they injected it to those lab rodents but after a few minutes they died. "I don't know what to do anymore, Ron," he said few minutes later. He headed towards the lab freezer. He opened it and took the only thing that's inside—a container containing the F29EP—the only experiment that could possibly help them to create an alternative biological cells that helps to control or even defeat the cancer cell. "Maybe there's a missing piece in this nanotechnology? Maybe if we could figure it out it'll work? " "Hmm, maybe, yes? " The F29EP was the only thing that kept the rat alive for almost two days. They tested it to five more rats and they had the same results. T...