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Syndrome K
The Fake Disease That Saved Lives:
On October 1943, the Nazis raided a Jewish ghetto in Rome, and many Jews fled to Fatebenefratelli, where Borromeo admitted them as “patients”. The refugees were given a new [fake] fatal disease—Syndrome K—in order to identify them from the actual patients.
wwii  syndrome-k  fakes  diseases  rome  giovanni-borromeo  hospitals  jews  resistance 
4 weeks ago by jm

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