May 16, 2011 • 58M
Dr. Phil Wolfson MD, about his book "Noe: A Father-Son Song of Love, Life Illness, and Death"
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Dr. Phil Wolfson MD, author of the memoir of his son, Noe, chronicling the boy’s four-year struggle with leukemia, his untimely death at sixteen, and the aftermath is presented from three perspectives.