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Decades ago a young Harvard physician observed that the mind could aid in healing. He says now the science exists to back it up. Mind-body medicine pioneer Dr. Herbert Benson.
- Dr. Herbert Benson Director emeritus, Benson-Henry Institute for Mind Body Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital; associate professor of medicine, Harvard Medical School.
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