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Art therapy: This is how the arts can sharpen mental health research

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Culture can carve out a space for positive change in health research. Image: REUTERS/Mike Segar

Ken Arnold
Creative Director, Medical Museion, Wellcome Trust
Danielle Olsen
International Cultural Producer, Wellcome
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