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Trapped in Your Own Body
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Trapped in Your Own Body

Trapped in Your Own Body

Trapped in Your Own Body
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Guillermo Gómez-Peña is one of the country's leading performance artists. Maria Hinojosa speaks to Gómez-Peña about a rare disease that paralyzed him and turned him into a prisoner in his own body.

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