(HAMDEN, Conn.) — The author of an award-winning book about death called “How We Die” has died in Connecticut. Dr. Sherwin Nuland was 83.
His daughter Amelia Nuland says he died of prostate cancer Monday in Hamden. She says he told her he’d built such a “beautiful life” and wasn’t ready to leave it but wasn’t scared.
The revered scholar passed away at his Maryland home
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