I remember when you first came to our ward. You're young. That's the first thing everyone always sees about our patients under fifty, and you're no exception. You quickly won everyone's respect as a good officer: confident, optimistic, dry sense of humor, a smile for everyone who entered your room. You were quick to joke with us, your nurses and medics, your fellow officers and enlistees alike, and we were quickly willing to return the favor. Not many patients come to us diagnosed with cancer and in the mood to smile, so you were a relief to our ward.