Weiner melds dance with medicine as part of Arts & Resilience
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November 16, 2017
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Weiner melds dance with medicine as part of Arts & Resilience

Jane Weiner, professional dancer and founder of Hope Stone Inc., had much to say about the intersection of dancing and healthy living at this month’s presentation of the Arts & Resilience Program – a series of events designed to link the arts and humanities with medicine.

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