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A new horror series, Chambers, is now streaming on Netflix, which is exciting for a number of reasons. While it's not the same type of eerie familial horror that launched The Haunting of Hill House to near-instant success, it's still a solid, creepy story that only gets weirder with each subsequent episode. The series follows a teenage heart attack survivor, Sasha (Sivan Alyra Rose), who soon finds her life entangled with that of her heart donor's family (Uma Thurman, Tony Goldwyn) in increasingly sinister ways. It won't take long before you have one question repeating over and over again in your mind: what, exactly, is wrong with Sasha's new heart?

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The answer isn't black and white. To be blunt, there's a lot of stuff wrong with the organ, but everything comes down to the young, troubled woman whose life had to end so that Sasha could have her heart: Becky Lefevre (Lilliya Scarlett Reid). If you ask her parents, she was an angelic daughter and promising student with dreams of going to an Ivy league university. If you ask girls who went to high school with Becky, they'd say she was a pretty, blond mean girl with a malevolent edge to her personality. In truth, Becky was both.

When Becky dies they pull their son, Becky's brother Elliott (Nicholas Galitzine), from the Annex's questionable rehab facility, but it's obvious that there's something much darker at the heart of the faux-religious center other than pastel-colored crystals and meditation sessions. Sasha doesn't interact with the Annex much herself, but thanks to visions that show her Becky's memories (especially of the stormy night that she seems to have died from suicide), she's able to piece together that the Annex did something strange to Becky that turned her from an average Regina George into a violent shell of herself (one who enjoys cutting the tails off rats and attempting to burn her friends to death in a steam room).

For example, upon hearing this revelation from the Annex's leader, played by The Conjuring's Lili Taylor, Sasha instantly heals the huge heart surgery scar on her chest. Overall, though, she seems rattled by the news that there's an all-powerful demon living inside her and isn't into the idea of being the mascot for the Annex. Season one leaves off on a cliffhanger, but if you ask us, it seems like Sasha is about to go rogue with her newfound abilities. Can't say we blame her.

But the coughing eventually drove the Massachusetts native to seek a diagnosis. Pat, 20 at the time, told the doctor at the hospital about his family: His mom had a heart transplant when he was in second grade. She died when he was a freshman in high school. His younger brother had heart issues, too. They were swimming in the wrong end of the gene pool, Pat says.

A heart recipient needs anti-rejection drugs for the rest of his or her life to keep the immune system from attacking the foreign heart. Even so, long-term survival for a heart transplant recipient is considered to be about 20 years past the transplant date. For Pat, that would bring him to his mid-40s.

Paediatric infectious diseases physician and microbiologist Meryta May gave evidence that Sasha had a rare heart complication called pneumococcal endocarditis and it presented itself in a subtle and unusual way.

Sasha Naradnyo is a gangster. He's a gangster with heart, sure, but Sasha sticks his neck out for no man. That's how you stay alive in Crack City, a colony stuffed deep into the crust of the otherwise unlivable planet Peezgtaan. Alive only - because if you're human, you don't prosper, at least not for long. Sasha is a second generation City native. His parents came to this rock figuring to make it big, only to find that they'd been recruited as an indentured labor force for alien overlords known as the Varoki. 041b061a72


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