What does it take for men and women to use their voices effectively? What happens when we lose our voice? This program from The Doctor Is In introduces a woman recovering from a stroke, a child with muscular dystrophy, a man who has had his larynx removed, a child who stutters, and an immigrant learning to lose her Polish accent. A featured expert is Dr. Robert Sataloff, Professor of Otolaryngology at Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia, editor of The Journal of Voice, and an accomplished opera singer. Host Jamie Guth also talks with speech pathologists and a person who stutters and is helping others cope with the problem. A Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center production.
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