"I would never presume to know exactly what I'm dealing with just because I have seen similar, Ms Garcia, I mentioned it only to assure you that I have experience and know how careful one must be with such sensitive matters. I had hoped to set your mind at ease with trusting me with your samples."
He was taping down the caps of the vials for transport, even though he was going to be taking them up himself, and it would go directly into his lab.
"Technically speaking, the word apocalypse does not mean the end of all. The literal translation from the Ancient Greek origin is un-covering. It is used to denote the revelation of something that was previously hidden to us. Even in traditional religious use the only addition made is that it denotes an end to the current times, not everything. So in those terms, yes, it was an apocalypse. I believe it was not until these more modern times that people began to use it to herald the cry of the world's doom."
Hannibal turned to smile at his patient. He put the biohazard items neatly into the bag and sealed it shut. His samples were ready. He would dispose of everything at the same time, once the tests had been run. Since it wasn't airborne, he didn't see the harm in visiting the incinerator.
"I will be back as soon as possible. Please, do not leave this room until I have returned. I want to be able to find you quickly."