In my dual career, as an educator and health care provider, I worked with many HIV infected children. My relationship with these special children is a gift of my life, and they have taught me a lot, but I particularly learned that in the smallest package, there is a great courage for me to tell you that Taylor was born with HIV: his mother was infected from the beginning of his life, he was dependent on drugs at the age of five, and he operated on a vein in his chest He had a tube connected to a pump, and he was carrying a small backpack, and the medicine was connected to the pump, and through this pipe he was constantly supplying blood, and sometimes he needed oxygen to support his breathing. He didn't want to give up his childhood to this deadly disease.
It was normal for him to play and play in the backyard. He was carrying a backpack full of medicine, driving his pickup truck with an oxygen tank. All of us who knew Tyler were amazed by his pure joy and the energy it brought him.
Mother Taylor often teased him and told him that he was too fast and she needed to give it to him He was dressed in red, and she quickly recognized him when she peeped through the window at him playing in the yard. This terrible disease will eventually wear out, and even like a small generator like Tyler, he is very ill. Unfortunately, when he obviously couldn't survive, his HIV infected mother also fell ill.
Mother Taylor talked to him about death and comforted him that she was dying too. She would be with him in haven a few days before he died. Tyler waved me to his bed and whispered, "I may die soon.
I'm not afraid when I die. Please dress me in red My mother promised that she would come to heaven. When she got there, I would play.
I think she would find me.
English is very important in our daily life, because English is the international language of the world. For example, in Hong Kong, everyone uses some English words to communicate with you. If you don't know English, you will like to derail from the world, let alone partite in exhibitions.
Therefore, English is very important. We must study English hard and be willing to adapt to international standards.
In addition, the study of the whole history of medical progress can lay the foundation for the establishment of today's and tomorrow's medical progress, so that people can live a long and healthy life. Researchers' daily lives may not be enhanced by studying the history of pathogens. However, if we can find a way to control and treat this disease, it will certainly have a profound impact on other people's lives.
Previous research beyond history has led to many amazing medical discoveries. The study of history is only to enrich one's daily life, which seems to be inconsistent with the facts once again.