Day­time and se­cret re­la­tion­ship in­ten­si­fies as Ash­ley submits to his ex­per­i­men­tal med­i­cal treat­ments in the hope of sur­viv­ing her tragic ter­mi­nal ill­ness

Ash­ley Si­mon’s

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TTHE YOUNG AND THE REST­LESS he last thing Ash­ley wants is for her fam­ily and friends to dis­cover that her brain tu­mour has re­curred and that it is in­op­er­a­ble, she can no longer be treated and is dy­ing.

Now that she’s stum­bled upon Dr Si­mon Neville’s ex­per­i­men­tal med­i­cal treat­ments along with his prom­ise that he can per­form mir­a­cles, Ash­ley is ea­ger to keep her sub­se­quent in­vest­ment in his re­search a se­cret. She wants to un­der­take the risky pro­ce­dure of her own vo­li­tion with­out in­ter­fer­ence from any­one.

How­ever, Ash­ley (Eileen David­son) raises some of her fam­ily’s sus­pi­cions about her be­hav­iour when she pas­sion­ately sanc­tions the idea of in­volv­ing Si­mon (Michael E. Knight) in the ef­forts to help Billy (Burgess Jenk­ins) re­cover from his in­juries. Her strong be­lief in Si­mon’s as­ser­tions that the other doc­tors’ de­ci­sion to per­form surgery on Billy could kill him mo­ti­vates Ash­ley to cham­pion Si­mon’s sug­ges­tion

“I’m the one who is sup­posed to die, not you.”


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