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Patients Find Comfort with CAPES to Tell Children about Their Illnesses

The role of child life specialists is traditionally one of helping hospitalized children cope with their illness, treatment and hospital stay. However, at Harris Health System, child life is breaking with tradition to help patients suffering severe illnesses talk to their children about their medical condition in life and death terms.
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