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HEARTBEAT DOCTORS MOONLIGHTING AS MUSICIANS TO SAVE LIVES

“Money could not, should not, be the reason a child lives or dies.”

One in a hundred babies is born with a heart defect. That amounts to 600 cases per year in Lebanon. Most of these children can be saved. An outstanding 95 percent can go on to lead normal lives, if they receive proper treatment, and if they can pay for it.

Music saves lives — says the slogan of Heartbeat, a humanitarian association founded by doctors that

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