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Medical Hypnosis – A Poorly Understood Therapeutic Modality

Riaz Qureshi.

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It would be difficult to find a subject, which is more controversial and poorly understood, than hypnosis in the entire Medical field. This controversy related to the medical use of hypnosis has had a convoluted rout and history, since the time of Franz Mesmer in 1765, to the time in 1953, when British Medical Association issued a report, which supported its beneficial role in certain conditions/illnesses

Key words: Medical Hypnosis


 
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