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And in a review of the studies in 1969, Dr. S. B. Friedman indicated that, "it now
appears certain that environmental factors of a psychosocial nature can modify
resistance to a number of infectious and neoplastic (cancerous) diseases.
Although LeShan writes movingly and convincingly of his patients' emotional
states, not all facets of his observations have yet been validated by other studies.
But several key elements have been confirmed by a thirty-year study by Caroline
Animal studies supported this idea. In 1938, Sil- vertsen found that the incidence
of cancer in a strain of cancer-prone mice was reduced to 16 percent by a
program of restricted caloric intake and daily exercise. Mice in the control group,
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