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Signs of the Times
The Bridgeton Evening News
From an editorial in The Bridgeton Evening News Bridgeton, New Jersey
Cause and effect belong not to physical phenomena. But, as Shakespeare observed, what people think frequently "makes it so" in their experience. And just now some medical observers are believing that the onset of disease frequently follows a mental thought–process, the process of "giving up." That is to say, the responding to a loss or a feared loss with feelings of hopelessness.
A team of physicians at the University of Rochester Medical Center has been exploring, in interviews, the relationship between psychological attitudes on the part of the patient and the development of illness.
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