I can see know that the woman is of Greek origin and that the problems with the paperwork stem from the fact that her name and ailment are uncannily similar.
Dr. DDT. Wilson
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Posted 29 December 2009 - 02:18 AM
Spoiler forThe doctor asks for "her" condition, but is a female the answer you are looking for? If so, then is outer knowledge needed to answer? I am truely stumped.
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