Unformatted text preview: the plot is given away, but with the current title there is a mystery to it that draws the read into it apart from all the other essay they could read. 3. Why does Lipsitt feel this syndrome is important to understand? How does this problem affect the health-care system? This syndrome is important to understand because it’s costing health-care systems $4 million to $40 million a year. Sometimes the people with this syndrome take it all the way to the operating table, which is a liability for the good doctor just trying to do his job....
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- Spring '08
- Short story, English-language films, The Reader, Thomas Mann, Münchausen syndrome, Confessions of Felix Krull