A reverence for life in turbulent times

Janet Fricker

A young child in war time Germany, Stephan Tanneberger grew up to take a lead in oncology in the communist East, which achieved some of the lowest cancer mortality rates in Europe. His career was cut short after reunification, but Germany’s loss proved a gain to the developing world, and to Italy, where he still works ensuring that patients are able to die at home and in dignity.

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