We are relieved to announce a substantial improvement in the status of Patient RS, currently resident in the Eccleston Memorial Ward for Post-Regeneration Trauma.
Following a disturbing lack of response to traditional methods of treatment (including a juniper and quinine drip), the patient was given a lengthy psychiatric consultation with Dr livii, an acknowledged expert in this field. The patient now seems to have rallied and we have registered a substantial drop in some of the severest symptoms, including the need to speak entirely in exclaimed acronyms, the light-headedness and sporadic uncontrolled weeping.
There has also been a change in reaction to exposure to a potentially traumatic stimulus (a photo of David Tennant). Whereas in earlier studies, the patient ran screaming from the room, her reaction has now altered to a simple statement of "Oh look, it's Richard from Top Gear".
We now estimate that, given some follow-on high-cocoa therapy (doses of 70 percent and more), a full return to normal life may be possible in the very near future, as soon as we can establish what constitutes normal for this patient.