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  • Canadian doctors prescribe art passes as alt treatment
  • Canadian doctors prescribe art passes as alt treatment
    Gilber Franco (2018) ©
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Canadian doctors prescribe art passes as alt treatment

In Montreal, doctors have teamed up with local cultural institutions to prescribe free visits to art museums for their ailing patients. As the wellness movement gains traction in medical fields in the form of 'social prescribing', our ideas of what constitutes proper treatment are being challenged.

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