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When Ita Bartuv , already retired in Israel, wanted to take out health insurance, the doctor asked him the routine questionnaire: - Do you have a history of coronary accidents in your family? - I don't know. - And a history of cancer? I know.-Alzheimer's? -No idea.-And how is it possible that he doesn't know anything about this? -Because none of my relatives had a natural death. Talking with Ita is a time travel. His birth is framed in a community and in an era that no longer exists. His story puts us
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