BRCA 1 and BRCA 2 testing for men and women who’ve had more than one immediate family member die under 50 years old of breast cancer: https://www.knowbrca.org/Learn/genetic-counseling-and-testing (Includes information on financial assistance if insurance doesn’t cover it)
(P.S. This doctor is evil and crazy)
(P.P.S. Never let your enemy stall, and also don’t turn your back like this)
Peyton: Because you see, I know who killed her. It was her mother. Her mother passed her the faulty BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes that mutated into the cancer.
Skye: Dude, her mother also, uh...made her alive?
Peyton: You have not seen death, boy. It would be better never to live than to die like that.
Peyton: We can eliminate this disease, forever. But we've been too afraid. We aren't willing to make the sacrifices.
Panel 2: Peyton's hand reaching for his gun, under his shirt. But this is war. Soldiers die in war.
Panel 3 (full-width)
Panel showing people dying, quietly, after drinking water. Perhaps a hand with a spillt glass of water nearby, and beyond it, someone choking, or maybe lying splayed out back on a couch.
Starting with the front-liners, all the men, women, children who carry faulty genes. I will not let cancer capture them. They shall die honorably, swiftly, painlessly, now, before they can breed. This serum's epigenetic signaling targets them selectively so that with their sacrifice, we will eliminate this scourge, and cure our city, our nation, and eventually...our world.
I could not save her. But I can avenge her death on the disease!
Panel 4 (full-width)
Skye stands with his back to the doctor, blowing him off--as the doctor rises to shoot him in the back.
Skye: Yeah, no, I'm gonna call the police now. You can't just poison—