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Survivor Martha Galvis kissed therapist Samantha Geary on the cheek after an exercise in folding laundry.
Resident nurse Laura Driscoll treated Galvis, who six weeks after the bombings had mastered many of the requirements that signal enough independence to go home.
Geary worked with Galvis on a muscle strengthening exercise.
Galvis laughed as her session with Geary, left, ended and her session with Dara Casparian, right, began.
Therapist Dara Casparian laughed as she helped pin back the hair of Galvis during their session.
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Nurses Souhila Haddad, left, and Jamie Cameron entered notes about their patients at the Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital in Charlestown.
Occupational therapist Marissa Osborne helped Marathon bombing victim J.P. Norden of Stoneham practice getting in and out of the bathtub with a seat.
Norden, center, of Stoneham played poker with friends Rasean Battle, left, and Brian Kelley.
Osborne supervised Norden while he exercised.
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