Born in 1951, I grew up in the privileged atmosphere of a bourgeois Parisian family. The starting point in my social life was when I passed my baccalaureat in 1968. I obtained my first university grade in the 1968 baccalaureat and I registered with the medical university, still in Paris. I wanted to become a doctor with the idea of protecting life, recognising when it stepped out of line and ensuring that it didn’t drown itself from within, no less that flooding itself from without.
Taking full responsibility for my youthful independence, obviously it was imperative that I finance my (...)