Optimism and Resilience on Grey's Anatomy – Isaac and Derek Shepherd

AGHere’s the second instalment in an unintentional series on Grey’s Anatomy 🙂

Click here and scroll about six minutes in to see Isaac, a lab tech-turned-patient at Seattle Grace, as he assures McDreamy that he has survived war, the loss of his family, and the loss of his country, and that he will survive the loss of his legs if Derek is forced to cut his spinal cord to remove a tumour.

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