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De-Escalating Urban Violence In Most Vulnerable Moments

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Host Rachel Martin speaks with Dr. Ted Corbin about hospital-focused efforts to help victims of urban violence. Corbin is the director of Healing Hurt People, a program based at Drexel University and Hahnemann Hospital in Philadelphia. The program supports victims of violence immediately upon their arrival in the emergency room.
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