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THE POWER OF PLACEBOS: Ted Kaptchuk, a professor at Harvard Medical School who ran the experiment…

THE POWER OF PLACEBOS: Ted Kaptchuk, a professor at Harvard Medical School who ran the experiment, said his colleagues initially thought he was crazy at the beginning of the study. But it worked: He says roughly 60 percent of the subjects in his study reported getting better, even though they knew they were taking a […]
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