Teagan is made to take care of her mother, who is stricken with Alzheimer's. She does all she can for the woman, but only out of obligation. She feels nothing for her. There is nothing for anyone. She is a husk filled with the learned behaviors she's been forced to procure. She does as she is expected to do. Her neurologist tells her, in essence, there is nothing to be done for either of them. The young intern trailing behind him seems to think he can fix them and will stop at nothing to prove that is true.
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