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Carnegie Mellon Researcher Say Stress Reduction May Help Our Bodies Defend Against Illness, Disease

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January 7, 1998
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Can stress reduction help our bodies defend against cancer? Carnegie Mellon University and University of Pittsburgh researchers addressing this question are optimistic but not yet sure.

PITTSBURGH--Can stress reduction help our bodies defend against cancer? Carnegie Mellon University and University of Pittsburgh researchers addressing this question are optimistic but not yet sure.


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