A male S'ti'ach alive in the 24th century. Sasdren was one of the many victims of the Borg Invasion of 2381, and subsequently became a resident of the iy’Dewra’ni refugee camp on Pacifica. Shortly after arrival, the highly traumatized S’ti’ach attempted suicide, slitting his wrists with his own claws. He did not in fact die, and was taken in for treatment by the camp’s EMH-Mark III. As this particular model of EMH was programmed prior to significant Federation contact with S’ti’ach, he was unable to correctly diagnose his patient. He improvised a treatment of polyadrenaline, which was progressively less effective as time went on. The EMH responded by continually upping the dosage. When Doctor Beverly Crusher arrived at the camp, she enacted a more effective treatment, overriding the EMH’s judgment. Crusher used a delta-wave inducer to put Sasdren into a deep sleep, allowing the S’ti’ach natural healing abilities to restore him. She correctly deduced that his subconscious mind had been resisting the healing, and only by bypassing his mind entirely could she help it take its course. Once Sasdren recovered, he stated he was better. As Miranda Kadohata, the officer present, confirmed by tricorder his wounds had healed, she allowed him to discharge himself. When Doctor Crusher learned of this, she couldn’t deny his physical injuries had successfully healed, but had strong doubts about his emotional trauma. She could only hope he wouldn’t attempt suicide a second time, but acknowledged she had too many other things to concern herself with.