For his entire adult life, Sean has been a traveler. As a nurse, he's traveled the world to war zones and refugee camps, caring for the most destitute people on the planet. He's been a man without a home, without connections. The way Sean sees it, he might not have much time left, so why should he bother forming attachments that will only need to be severed?
Sean's pessimism is not unfounded; Huntington's disease, a fatal genetic condition that has no cure, runs in his family. His mother died from the disease when he was quite young, and he still remembers how much it hurt to lose her. He could take the test to see if he has the Huntingt