I've extracted the DNA and reintegrated it into your code. That won't entirely solve the problem of your limited lifespan, but it will keep the code from continuing to degrade. I didn't want to scare you, but you easily could've ended up devolving into something resembling a Throwback with the brainpower of an earthworm.
The alpha clones were the first successful clones LifeNet created. Only 300 samples were housed in the system - mostly celebrities, multi-millionaires. and politicians. Additional samples were later used as the basis for GlobalTech's worker clones.
Your DNA is a mixture of up to sixty-four alpha clone strands. You might think of these DNA patterns as your ancestors, rather like human grandparents. Much like a child, you'll need at least two parent DNA strands to correct the damage.
Trumbull was a backup power station for LifeNet. I wouldn't have expected one to be there, but I've discovered a number of clones in the system that definitely had a recent alpha strand reintegration. All of them came from LifeNet pods near Trumbull.
No. I'll give you a password to use at the LifeNet pods closest to your destinations. Activate the code to prep the system. You'll need to give LifeNet a small sample of your blood. When you get an alpha DNA sample, return it to the activated LifeNet station.
Don't be too hasty, though. You won't die tomorrow. You have enough time to continue to build your skills as you search. There's no sense in running headlong into danger without preparation. Good luck.
LifeNet Center:Password accepted. Welcome back, Dr. Winters. Please choose the process desired.
Player:Alpha to Beta DNA Integration
LifeNet Center:Please enter beta clone DNA for analysis. Once completed, pre-registered alpha DNA may be entered.
Player:Enter Beta DNA
LifeNet Center:Thank you, Dr. Winters. Beta DNA analysis begun. Processing...
Thank you, Dr. Winters. Beta DNA analysis begun. Processing...