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Thirteen often sees past a lot of the stereotypes that the other doctors have of people.For example, she treats drug addicts the same as she would a patient without a drug addiction.When Anne was finally institutionalized when Remy was about ten, Remy refused to accompany her on the trip to the care facility despite the urging of her father. In season 5, she regretted not having said goodbye.Huntington's disease is a genetic illness, and any child of a Huntington's sufferer has a 50% chance on inheriting the disease from an affected parent.Has an attractive appearance, that guys usually notice. Endearing trait(s): Secrecy about personal life, compassion towards patients, doesn't hide when she's angry at someone (ex: a patient). Remy Hadley was the child of John Hadley and Anne Hadley and was born in the area of New York City sometime in the early 1980s.Vice(s): Difficulties in coping with death, reckless disregard for personal safety. She has an older brother (never named and now deceased) who is perhaps seven to ten years older than she is, and a younger sister, Amy Hadley, about two years younger.She also unwittingly exposed Henry Dobson as a fraud when she agreed to perform an echocardiogram that had been assigned to him.As a result of her performance, she was made part of the final 10.
She is best and commonly known as "Thirteen" due to her number card during eliminations for the fellowship when she was a job applicant at the beginning of Season Four. Hadley maintains a general refusal to discuss personal matters in most situations, it was confirmed that she was bisexual.In The Dig, it was revealed that Remy's brother also suffered from Huntington's Disease and that Remy's time in prison was due to euthanizing him in the late stages of his illness.House offered to euthanize her when the time came and when it was right. In House's Head, House mentioned the movie Altered State S, released in 1980, and Remy remarked that she hadn't been born then.However, by adulthood, she was perfectly comfortable with her sexuality, although she preferred to keep her preferences to herself when dealing with colleagues.In the episode Changes, House tells Thirteen that her then high school boyfriend is waiting outside his office.