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Chapter 902 - 902 A Coma That Lasted a Month
902 A Coma That Lasted a Month
Anyone would’ve thought that the girl was pretending to sleep if they all didn’t look this nervous! The doctor pursed his lips.
It was really strange that she wouldn’t wake up!
Everyone gazed at the unconscious woman, at a loss for what to do.
Meng Yang bowed his head. Guilt filled his heart. “It’s all my fault,” he whispered. “I should’ve had some sweets on me. Now, she’s fainted.”!!
His remorseful words echoed across the room.
They all fell silent.
The doctor slowly shook his head. “The girl doesn’t have low blood sugar, so having sweets on you wouldn’t help either,” he comforted. “You don’t have to blame yourself.”
However, his words of comfort didn’t work.
His eyes were bloodshot as he stared at his friend. If he had thought of everything earlier, things wouldn’t have been this bad. “It’s all my fault,” he continuously murmured. “It’s all my fault.”
He sounded like a broken recorder.
Qin Jing had never seen him like this before. While she knew that they were close friends, she didn’t expect him to regard her this highly.
Cheng Yan furrowed his eyebrows. “Why?” he asked. “Do you know something we don’t?”
He must have an idea of what’s going on with her.
Perhaps he could wake her up.
Everyone turned to him.
Meng Yang slowly shook his head, running a hand through his hair. His eyebrows were furrowed, appearing pained by his question. “I’m not sure…”
He remembered that Yao Tang had been unconscious once when he was a child. She had been unconscious then, but it had been a long time since he had last seen her.
During that time, she had been unconscious for a while month.
They all hired the best team in the country to take care of her. As for the exact cause of her illness, Meng Yang didn’t know either. By the time they had woken up, they were just told that they should carry candies.
Inviting her to eat sweets had been their pastime.
However, it had been a long time since something like this had happened. Meng Yang had long forgotten about his childhood.
Yao Tang had made it her hobby to eat.
She always had candies on her.
Meng Yang scowled. “From now on, we will have sweets with us at all times.”
He had no idea if that was related to what was happening now.
But it could be.
“Who was the one who had treated her back then? Do you still have a way of contacting him now?”
If he had any information, he could call them over as soon as possible.
Meng Yang scratched his head, trying to think back. When Yao Tang had gotten sick, his parents were abroad. They weren’t there when she was being treated.
His parents probably didn’t know about that.
Just then, a thought crossed his mind. Old Master Huo!
“I just remembered something,” he quickly said. “Old Master Huo was the one who had hired the medical team for Yao Tang. He must know something about their contact information.”
His eyes lit up.
The Huo Family had been one of the largest families in the Capital, so Cheng Yan naturally heard of them. But they rarely interacted with each other in the circle.
They had always been known for their medical expertise.
All of them nodded in recognition.
“Qin Hao, call him over,” Cheng Yan ordered. “I don’t care what you do or say, just bring him back as soon as possible.”
There was a sense of urgency in his tone.
He didn’t know what could happen to her.
Qin Hao held his breath.
This was…impossible to achieve in such a short time. Old Huo’s whereabouts had always been confidential.
Even if he wanted to look for him, he wouldn’t know where to find him.