The Science of Where We Are — 1 Comment

  1. I remember a long time ago, when I was a nurse at a little hospital named St. Mary’ s in Minneapolis. All of a sudden we had so many patients, mostly young men, who were dying of strange lung infections. We were so alarmed and upset. We bathed them and helped them brush their teeth. And watched them die. We went to their funerals, we visited in hospices, and held their hands. It was a terrible time. Not the same as this disease, but still bewildering. This one is very different because it strikes anyone, but the way it upends life as we know it is the same.

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