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Mary Higgins Clark discusses her book, “We’ll Meet Again.” She describes the scene where the character, Molly, is found covered in blood with no memory, after her husband, Dr. Lasch, is found dead in the library by their housekeeper. Clark says Molly could not undergo hypnosis because she was too fragile. She talks about HMOs (Health Maintenance Organizations) and says many of them have gone bankrupt. Clark believes that health care today needs a big overhaul. She goes on to discuss life preservation, her grandson with the fragile x chromosome, and the prison experience of Jean Harris.