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"Do they still have iron lungs?" someone asked the other day after seeing the moving film, "The Sessions." I was surprised by the question. Years ago, Dr. Jonas Salk, who invented the polio vaccine, was to be my father-in-law. I was engaged to Claude Picasso, who is the son of Francoise Gilot. After Francoise walked out on Picasso, she married Jonas. We were all told to refer to Dr. Salk as Jonas. Also read: 'The Sessions' Review: Sex-Surrogate Story Works Better in Bed Than in Church Before Pablo died,  Claude, in order to »

- Carole Mallory

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