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It was during the winter of year 2019 when Covid struck. In a matter of days, the virus stealthily spread at an alarming, breakneck speed all over the world, leading to devastating loss of lives and crippling of economies. Like all biological entities, it had to have a purpose. To search for that purpose, Prof. Sujata Sharma of All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi undertakes a memorable expedition on her imaginary spaceship into the solar system.
Life was almost perfect for Sujata Sharma, a professor in AIIMS, with every best-laid plan in place. She had been deeply involved with research and teaching, with an active family and social life, pursuing physical fitness. In just seven days, she found herself away from home, checked into a hospital, facing an uncertain future with a rare autoimmune disease, Guillain Barre Syndrome, which rendered her almost paralyzed. The road back towards recovery was lon
In the year 1991, a young research student working in medical research embarks upon a scientific project on a red-coloured, mystical protein — Lactoferrin—which takes her on an enthralling magical and spiritual journey. The quest for the growing red crystals of Lactoferrin is fraught with difficulties and struggle. The final discovery of the molecular structure of the protein, after more than a decade, is an inspirational tale of how one can achieve their