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Even those patients in the study who have died still lived one and one-half times
longer than the control group. As of January 1978, the status of the disease in the
patients still living is as follows: Keep in mind that 100 percent of these patients ...
Fifty-two percent of the people who took the morphine reported relief from pain;
40 percent who took the placebos reported relief. In other words, the placebo was
more than three-quarters as effective as morphine. In fact, Drs. Beecher and ...
As it turned out, however, 92 percent of the mice that had been placed under
stress developed cancer, while only 7 percent of the stress-free mice did so. Thus
, although all the mice had a genetic predisposition to cancer, the amount of
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This book profiles the typical "Cancer personality": how an individual's reaction to stress and other emotional factors can contribute to the onset and progress of cancer--and how positive ... Läs hela recensionen
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