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One of the nation’s leading laryngologists joins Diane to talk about how we use — and sometimes abuse — our voices, and steps we can take to protect our most vital means of communication.
- Steven Zeitels Eugen B. Casey Chair of Laryngeal Surgery at Harvard Medical School and Director of Center for Laryngeal Surgery & Voice Rehabilitation at Massachusetts General Hospital.
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