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JMU-RHM Team Treats Voice, Swallowing Disorders

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Posted: September 14, 2013

Teresa Drulia, a James Madison University speech pathologist and a member of RMH Voice and Swallowing Services at Rockingham Memorial Hospital, explains the digital swallow work station used for barium swallowing studies during a tour on Friday. (Photos by Michael Reilly)
Teresa Drulia, a James Madison University speech pathologist and a member of the RMH Voice and Swallowing Services team explains the digital swallow work station with (left to right) Rep. Bob Goodlatte, JMU President Jonathan Alger, and RMH President Jim Krauss during a tour Friday.
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