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"When I told Mrs. Westenra that Dr. Van Helsing had directed that I should sit up with [Lucy], she almost pooh-poohed the idea, pointing out her daughter’s renewed strength and excellent spirits."

If Mrs. Westenra was judged strong enough to hear that her daughter's illness warranted a doctor watching her overnight, why didn't the doctors ask for her permission to give Lucy a transfusion the day before? Could it be that the transfusion was easier to conceal?

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