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MAY 18, 2014 - San Francisco Chronicle

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GBMC unveils voice therapy music studio

A laryngeal surgeon immediately diagnosed the real culprit: a nasty crop of vocal cord nodules — benign, callous-like growths on an individual's vocal cords, often developing due to overuse or misuse of the voice. The new studio is furnished with $20,000 worth of high-end musical instruments and audio equipment, courtesy of Fender Musical Instruments Corp. The Milton J. Dance Jr. The goal is to provide an enhanced experience for patients that not only makes them more comfortable during treatment but also helps providers evaluate an individual's voice and correctly diagnose the ... Read More

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