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The Record: Tuesday, November 28, 2017


Seattle says it can double the number of homeless people leaving the streets, cars and shelters for a permanent home. And to do it, the city will cut money for programs that aren't getting results. Sharon Lee with the Low Income Housing Institute thinks the city is about to leave more homeless people out in the cold. She joins us along with Jason Johnson with Seattle's Human Services Department to talk about a new approach to getting people housed.
Then, novelist Isabel Allende stops by to talk about her latest novel, "In the Midst of Winter."

And surgery hurts. Could it hurt less if you're wearing a virtual reality headset? We talk with University of Washington's Sam Sharar about using VR to manage pain.

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