Really feel empathy for you, my friend! It’ll always be the most painful memory to see our beloved one suffer from what they don’t deserve to go through. It really hurt, especially when they didn’t get the right treatment and had their lives claimed. I lost my little sister 3 years ago. It all began with an unexplained fever and continuous cough. We took her to several best hospitals in the state, but her symptoms didn’t improve, only getting worse. As we arrived at another renowned hospital, the doctor said that my sister had developed pneumonia which should be immediately treated. Otherwise, it would be life-threatening. So, we followed every piece of the Dr.’s advice, hoping that my sister would get better soon. However, my sister was born with this extremely weak immune system. Within just 4 days, she developed the fatal sepsis. 6 weeks later, she passed away. All my family members couldn’t accept the truth that she was gone. She was just 19 years old and was about to pursue a bachelor’s degree in the Harvard University. It was the misdiagnoses from the former hospitals that caused her to miss the best chance to be saved. Till now, we still can’t let it go. We are angry and hopeless that there was nothing more we could do for her back then. I’ve always been thinking that maybe she wouldn’t have left us if I had majored in medicine. It really hurts.