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Deepak Chopra, alternative medicine expert and the founder of the Chopra Center for Well-Being, talks about spiritual healing in the recovery from last week’s terrorist attacks. His new book is titled Grow Younger, Live Longer (Harmony Books). He and Diane will be joined by Chopra’s son, Channel One News reporter Gotham Chopra, who will talk about his recent visit to Islamic militancy training grounds in Pakistani religious schools on the border with Afghanistan.
- Gotham Chopra author and reporter for Channel One News in New York
- Dr. Deepak Chopra author of several best-selling books and founder of the Chopra Center for Well Being.
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