In Kira Peikoff's Living Proof, she tackled the ever-present debate of stem cell usage into the future. In 2027, Dr. Arianna Drake ran an embryo clinic for patients to donate their eggs for medical research. But for Arianna, she battled the fight to live and walk with Progressive Multiple Sclerosis. She had a fighting cause for it. For Trent Rowe, he was an undercover agent for the Department of Embryo Protection who was on her case. But as he'd gotten to know about her, he started to care for her and switch gears and sides. As soon as he was shown her secret lab, it caused friction between her and her esteemed colleagues. As the DEFP cracked down and changed surveillance policy, it was a race against time to save Arianna's life, when it was fight against their survival.
This was a great futuristic medical thriller. It tackled present-day debates on stem cell medical research. I really cared about Arianna and her health, and also about Trent, too. I didn't like Dopp too much. I loved the future outlook in 20 years from her on the topic of medical research. I loved the New York City settings to make it surreal for the location. This accelerated my heart rate and made me broke out in a cold sweat. Great drama, excellent non-stop action and suspense, and plenty of intrigue and mystery right to the shocking conclusion.
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