Personality and Psychological Factors Influencing Survivorship on Hemodialysis
The notion that psychological factors somehow predispose a person to illness or another to health is well accepted in folklore, poetry, novels, and, more recently, by medical research.
KeywordsPsychological Factor Typhoid Fever Physical Illness Psychological Control Psychosomatic Medicine
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