Healing by touching

Dunea, George
March 1979
British Medical Journal;3/24/1979, Vol. 1 Issue 6166, p795
Academic Journal
Focuses on the impact of personal touch on the healing of diseases. Discussions on the success of chiropractic; Efforts of health authorities on medicare; Use of complete spine radiographs in the case.


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