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Sound Therapy

Many people dealing with chronic long-term pain can spend a lot of time in waiting rooms. Now, researchers at Simon Fraser University are exploring how they might help manage that chronic pain, by giving people soundscapes to listen to while they wait for medical attention. Mark Nazemi is a PhD student at the pain studies lab at the school of interactive arts and technology at SFU. You can hear this conversation Sunday morning on NXNW.

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