Saturday, July 13, 2019

Saturday Stories: Doctor Patients, A Letter Written While In Line To Be Murdered In Auschwitz, And Billionaire Sean Parker

Olga Khazan, in The Atlantic, with further evidence that education alone is insufficient for behaviour change with her stories on how physicians make for terrible patients.

Will Higgins, in The Indy Star, with the story of perhaps the only such letter in existence, written by Vilma Grunwald while in line to be murdered in Auschwitz' gas chambers, and given by her to a guard who amazingly hand delivered it to her husband who was also in Auschwitz. May her memory be a blessing.

Rebecca Robbins, in STAT, with the story of billionaire Sean Parker and the incredible impact he's having on cancer research.