Plus, a hockey whodunit, the world’s most extraordinary language learners, hatred in 1990s Rwanda, a mother’s nightmare, and a scary book about babyhoodBy PETER SHAWN TAYLOR, CHARLIE GILLIS, BRIAN BETHUNE, DAFNA IZENBERG, JEN CUTTS, CATHY GULLI9 min
With regard to the article “The end of illness” (Society, Jan. 30), I have one question. When we achieve an “illness-free world,” what will be an acceptable way to die? Robert J. Sweet, Burlington, Ont. I am in love with Dr. David Agus! As with everything in life, there is no magic bullet and death is inevitable.
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