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Healing Words at the Hospital

It's been said that the written word can heal. And that's an idea Mount Sinai Hospital is putting to the test. Laura heard from the hospital's Poet-in-Residence, Ronna Bloom and Dr. Allan Peterkin. He's a psychiatrist at the Mount Sinai and head of the University of Toronto's Health, Arts and Humanities program. Listen audio (runs 8:38)

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