The events of this novel take place in London and Manchester. Sofia tells her life story to Victoria, a young girl, as they stand on Westminster Bridge in the heart of the vibrant city of London. Sofia’s life story starts after Big Ben of sound announcing her events, as a child in primary school to her adolescent years, and then becoming a medical student at Queen Mary University while battling breast cancer. Her journey in the past explains the trials and the hell she faced after going through the surgery of eradication. Sofia had to continue her studies if she wanted to become a doctor, but first she’d have to learn to be emotionally stronger to be able to move forward. Sofia spent time researching the growth of human organs, therefore, she wrote a medicine research about that, for it she would to find someone to work with her and that what happened when met with professor Anna scientist and director of the Medical Research Center (MRC) at Manchester University to discuss her findings and to see if there was a possibility to research them in reality. Anna agreed sharing that with Sofia and could be beneficial to the world even though it was so complex topic. Victoria is taken in with Sofia’s story because her friend Jasmine has breast cancer but she refuses the surgery of eradication. Victoria hopes that Sofia’s inspiration can help to convince Jasmine to get surgery for survival. What if Jasmine still refuses eradication? Will she choose death? What will be the alternative if Sofia could convince her? Will Sofia and professor Anna’s medical research provide solutions to science? This is what the novel will tell us.