Heartbeat Music Therapy Helps Families Deal With Loss

Brian Schreck records the heartbeat of a dying patient and turns it into music.
1:03 | 05/23/14

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A musical memory that the creator. Hopes will -- Brian track tries to help families cope with a family members and of life diagnosis and death. Through innovative music therapy. So when Margaret and Jeremy Bennett's fourteen year old son Dylan was done in the intensive care unit in Cincinnati's Children's Hospital. Brian decided he would create a unique song for the best key. Bryant combined -- heart -- this -- on -- share in its Lego house. -- Bryant hopes that every song he makes preserves the patients legacy and helps families cope with their loss that a family -- -- listening to the song helps get their spirits up and they listen to it. Every single day.

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