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Historically, that medicine in modern society has limited its mission cure diseases - disorders in the medical sense, not giving ill health values, that is, the experience of the patient's disease. Agreeing with this point of view on their problem, patients are connected to a tacit agreement not to pay attention to the emotional reactions to health problems or dismiss these reactions from both unrelated to the flow of the disease. This attitude is supported by a model of medicine that completely rejects the idea that the mind affects the body whatever that may be consistent way.

Encyclopedia of Cybercrime by Samuel C. McQuade III

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Author
Samuel C. McQuade III
Publisher
Greenwood Press
Date of release
Pages
210
ISBN
9780313339745
Binding
Hardcover
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