When May was young, she wasn't an extraordinary child. On the outside at least. Actually, she was a part of a long line of special genes. Passed down from her mother's side was SCID, or Severe Combined Immunodeficiency Disorder. As a result, May ended up spending a lot of her time sheltered by her mother. She had alway been kept isolated while growing up, even when she was eventually abandoned by her parents. Not because of neglect, but financial reasons. She soon found herself at an orphanage in Wyoming.
When May turned 17, she was taken in by the Palmetto Laboratory to become a subject in a human experiment of an immortality serum in development. For a while, things were okay between her and the various scientists, despite her stubborness against some procedures.
When asked why May of all people was chosen, the head scientist, Dr. Cyril Surtees, responded that May's immune system's vunarability made her one of the perfect candidates for the s