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Edward Dolnick is a former chief science writer at the Boston Globe, and has written for the Atlantic Monthly, the New York Times Magazine, and many other publications.  He has two grown sons and lives with his wife near Washington, D.C. [adapted from The Rescue Artist (2005)]
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