William sat back in the soft cushioned white leather chair in the center of the small patient room. He closed his eyes and let this senses take over. The room smelled clean, clearly regularly sanitized with medical grade bleach. The sounds of people busy with their different tasks floated in though the door with a glass window set high into the dark wood. The glass was frosted to keep the privacy of the patient and a two was painted in black on the out side. A click sounded followed by a slight swoosh signalling the door opening. William opened his eyes and was please to see a young lady with bright red hair closing the door behind her. He had seen her when he was waiting in the waiting room and hoped that she would be taking care of him. He didn't have any specific reason other then that she was attractive. In her hands was orange plastic box with a bio hazard sticker on the top. William made polite conversation as she pet the box down on the counter and opened it taking out the small vial of clear serum and a needle. She punctured the top of the vial and drew the liquid into the needle. William relaxed and closed his eyes again as he felt the nurse put her fingers the to the inside of his elbow, searching for his veins. A moment later he felt the sharp but quick pain of the needle piercing his skin. Being at the center for a few years now William had become use to there regular injections. Ever six months or so they would take blood and check for any illness or sickness and if they found any create a serum to combat the bug. As she finished he thanked her for her time and left the room. He walked out into the waiting room of the medical building and put passed the small desk out onto The Center's campus. The campus had everything a young student could ever want. Some of the best teachers that the world contained with state of the art technology in medical, chemical and physics labs, as well as the full Olympic gym. A group of people crowded around in a circle caught his attention. Influenced by curiosity he strode over to see what the commotion was about.