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Renée Fleming: AVE MARIA: HEALING THE BRAIN THROUGH THE POWER OF MUSIC with Renée Fleming and Dr. Bin Hu, neuroscientist and Parkinson's expert at the University of Calgary In this episode we talk about: - How neuroscientists measure brain activity - Oliver Sachs and Dr. Hu's research - Bypassing Parkinson's with music therapy - Dr. Hu's iphone app that helps Parkinson's patients - Supreme Court sing along

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