It had to be the most horrific thing I had ever seen. I had witnessed and delivered many babies. It was second nature and few mothers or newborns suffered death under my expert care. I had been well informed of the procedure this young woman had undergone months earlier in the name of science. I knew there were severe risks she had taken in allowing herself, and the growing fetus inside her, to undergo the procedure that I had been against from the start. And as bad of an idea that I thought this experiment was, I could not have predicted this outcome.
But let me back up a bit.
As medical director of Shinra Laboratories it was my job to see to the welfare of all experiment subjects. In the past three years I had primarily been working with Professor Hojo and his work that stemmed from the data put together by the late Grimoire Valentine and the missing Lucrecia Crescent. I couldn't say that I liked working with my superior, Hojo.