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Honors Colloquium presents health care musical 'Damaged Care,' Dec. 4

Damaged Care, a musical comedy about health care in America, will come to the University of Rhode Island as part of the Honors Colloquium, which examines the politics and money influencing health care around the world.

The play focuses on issues of concern to health professionals and patients, including the erosion of the clinician-patient relationship, de-personalization of medical services, and inadequate emphasis on prevention. Damaged Care is written and performed by two physicians, Greg LaGana and Barry Levy, with accompaniment by Brad Ross.

The show has been presented to medical organizations and institutions in 27 states...


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