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Music therapy is an emerging form of alternative therapy. There is a great deal of research about the benefits of music therapy, and yet, the discipline continues to lack accessibility, recognition, and legitimacy. There is little to no research about why this is the case.
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Clinton did not mention any companies by name, but it was obvious she was referring to companies like Uber, Airbnb and hundreds of other on demand startups. Providing services from an instant ride to a vacation rental to a personal grocery shopper, these startups are among the hottest, if most controversial, companies in the booming tech startup economy. Two of the highest valued private companies in The Wall Street Journal’s Billion Dollar Club are ride booking app Uber, valued at about $41.2 billion, and home rental service Airbnb, valued at about $25.5 billion..
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