In Vancouver, Susan is a cradle to grave family general practitioner, a dying breed as most medical school students today tend to specialize. Susan's days are already usually jam packed, rushing from one professional commitment to another, but today is even busier as she starts the day not as doctor but as patient, going into the hospital for a colonoscopy as a precautionary measure since she has a family history which makes her more predisposed to colon cancer than average. Also in Vancouver, twenty-five year old Jamie is also entering the hospital for what will be the second heart surgery he's had in six years. He has a unique genetic heart defect which required implantation of a defibrillator to ensure that his heart beats normally in the instances where his heart condition would have otherwise killed him. But the electrical leads are now growing into his muscles, they which have to be removed and replaced via laser surgery. There is some risk to him as the laser could cause a hole...