Mina: I spoke to my mother too. AJ: Finally. Great, what did she say? Mina: She had been working the OR for hours today. There aren't enough Nigerian surgeons. The system is crumbling and people are dying. AJ: Yeah, it's terrible. Mina: It's because good Nigerian surgeons leave, come to America. Like me. I am part of the problem. I thought about sending supplies and starting a program, but none of it is enough. My mother will not always be able to sustain this many surgeries a day. She needs help. AJ: Mina, we'll get her help. We'll find mentors in the area. We'll find. Mina: No, AJ, no. This is the answer to my visa problem. It's the answer to everything. I don't want to fight anymore. Leave on my own before I can get deported. I'm going back to Nigeria. AJ: I'm coming with you.