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do you have a direct weblink to the new study?
Here it is: http://jnci.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/content/short/100/3/213
I’ve added the right link in the post now as well. Bleiker’s e-mail address is in the abstract, should you want to contact her.
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I’ve read this article/information carefully several times, and tend to think it very comforting in comparison to the belief that if one is not “optimistic” (enough) one is(partially/possibly) to blame for one’s own illness/cancer. How cruel is that (additional) burden on any patient?
But in my mind the question remains, what with longterm grief (depression) and/or stress? Isn’t that undermining the imune system and a possible cause for all kinds of ailments, diseases (even possibly cancer)?
It appears that holocaust suvivors are at a higher risk to develop cancer, but as far as I know this is due to the harsh physical conditions in the concentration camps:
I think too much stress for a long time can never be healthy, but I also think one must be careful not to confuse stress factors with a person’s mental attitude or personality traits.
There is no indication that chronic feelings of depression affect a person’s likelihood of developing cancer.
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I’ll stick with my positive thinking, it may not save your life, but it makes it a happier one.
Speaking of wich, maybe not cure, but I’d say it does help a bit easing pain and so on, maybe one of the docs in here can confirm it, correct breathing techniques too, when you are relaxed and happier pain lessens, at least, it does for me, and it is doing so for my shoulder right now.