Live Well Longer

Schaap, Rosie
July 2007
Guideposts;Jul2007, Vol. 62 Issue 5, p82
The article discusses the author's experience interviewing writer and veteran surgeon Sherwin Nuland. By e-mail, Nuland offered to meet the author at the train station in New Haven, Connecticut. In the e-mail, Nuland described himself to the author as an old man with average height, average appearance and average amount of hair atop head. During the interview, Nuland delivers a compassionate and humane account of how bodies die through personal stories culled from his practice of medicine.


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