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Dr Paul Kelland has just installed a piece of artwork by asylum seekers and refugees in his waiting room.

Dr Kelland hopes the high proportion of asylum seeker and refugee patients at his practice in Shoreditch, north London, will be empowered after seeing work by people who have been through similar experiences, including torture and abuse.

The artwork, curated by the organisation Artists in Exile, includes paintings, sculptures and interactive installations. Dr Kelland said: 'Patients love it. The art is of a high standard and the exhibition has powerful messages.'

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