GBMC unveils voice therapy music studio
Dan Sherwood, Senior speech pathologist at the Johns Hopkins Voice Center at GBMC, left, conducts an acoustical voice evaluation with patient and classical singer Francis Gilbert French. (The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz)

GBMC unveils voice therapy music studio

It began five years ago, when Sarah Brady, a 31-year-old elementary school music teacher, started getting very hoarse, very frequently. By Wednesday of each week, she says, her voice was exhausted and scratchy. Her singing voice had changed; she could no longer hit certain notes. Concerned, Brady consulted with an ear, nose and throat doctor in Hagerstown, who blamed allergies. But the problems worsened.

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