Almost half of doctors have prescribed placebos
HealthDay/Washington Post, January 4, 2008
Almost half of Chicago internists say they have prescribed a placebo to a patient during their years of practice, according to researchers at the University of Chicago. In addition, a majority of doctors in the study also said they believed in the power of placebos, which indicates that doctors do accept a mind-body relationship that can affect health.
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