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Who should have the final say on end-of-life cases when doctors and families disagree?
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End-of-life war outlives Golubchuk

The Interview
Stephen Lewis gives no quarter

Policy polyglot Stephen Lewis has an impressive resumé: former Ontario NDP opposition leader, chair of the first International Committee on Climate Change, ex-UN Special Envoy for HIV/AIDS in Africa, founder of two international aid organizations -- the list goes on. Despite having flunked out of university, he's now a professor of global health at McMaster. Mr Lewis spoke to NRM before his trip to Mexico City next month for the 2008 International AIDS Conference.
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