Dr. Michele Harper

ER physician, author of “The Beauty in Breaking”

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Dr. Michele Harper has spent her career as an ER physician at hospitals in the South Bronx and Philadelphia. She shares how healing patients taught her to care for herself.

‘The Beauty in Breaking’: ER doctor on domestic violence, survival, and spiritual healing

Dr. Michele Harper has spent her career as an ER physician at hospitals in the South Bronx and Philadelphia. She shares how healing patients taught her to care for herself.

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