Father, musician, and compassionate physician -- artsy, cool, but maintaining some tradition. I am a 63-year old divorced father with 2 daughters, aged 24 and 20. The older one has just graduated from U-T with High Distinction in Media Studies and Art History and hopes to become a museum curator. She lives in an apartment in downtown Toronto. My younger daughter has 1 year remaining at McGill (where I attended medical school) for a BA with Honours in Anthropology and a double minor in Indigenous Studies and International Development Studies. She lives in a house in the McGill ghetto, and will likely do a PhD in Anthropology. They are both lovely, intelligent, beautiful girls, to whom I am very devoted, They bring me terrific "nachas". A medical doctor, I used to do cancer research in a specialized area known as "immunotherapy" : I used bacteria to try to stimulate the patient's own immune system to recognize and fight the cancer. Having been burned by politics and venture capitalists, I returned to general practice and travel/tropical medicine 14 years ago, and practise in a medical building in Thornhill and in MacKenzie Health Hospital. I am unpretentious with an excellent sense of humor. I am very musical (playing a few instruments), and love live theatre, especially musicals. I also love being in the country (having previously owned a chalet in the Laurentians north of Montreal). I am a Reconstructionist Jew, moderately observant, and say Kiddush with my daughters on Friday nights when they are with me. My mother and late father lived for many years in Sarasota, Florida. My mother moved back to Boston, where my sister also lives. I am very close to them and to extended family. Having been through a difficult divorce, I hope fervently to meet and marry a wonderful woman. I am extremely loving, devoted, and loyal to the loved ones in my life.