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What Does Being Sick Reveal About People’s Personalities?

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attention, the hospitalization of President Donald Trump for treatment of complications from COVID-19 illustrates what physicians have for decades called “VIP Syndrome.”A 1993 editorial in the journal Chest by Dr.

A. Jay Block chronicles the history of VIP syndrome, which Block defines as follows: “It occurs when a very important person (VIP) is admitted to a health care facility and the status of that person affects decisions about medical care” (p.

989).The first discussion of the syndrome in the research literature involved the attempted assassinations of both President Ronald Reagan and Pope John Paul II in 1981 and 1980, respectively.

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