This book is targeted for teenagers, primarily seeking to teach the basics of medical taboos. Considering that we live in a society that often stigmatizes the significance of certain health conditions, this novel seeks to instruct the fundamentals of medical taboos and why it is relevant that we understand their connotations. This book is meant for teenagers not only in enhancing their knowledge of these stereotypes, but is also written in a way that balances the significance of complex and analytical language, thereby teaching these ideologies in a way that is graphically and textually challenging, yet simple as well. This novel seeks to be one of the first to enhance the adolescent understanding of topics and diversify these often societally stigmatized issues. As highlighted by the core underlying message of this Books Novel, simply “ignoring” because these topics may seem “strange” or “uncomfortable” will never equip adolescents with the essential comprehension of medical taboos they should understand in their transition to adulthood.