Hypnosis in Medicine - Research in Perspective Audio Segment

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Dr. William C. Shiel Jr., Chief Medical Editor of Medicinenet.com, discusses Hypnosis in Medicine

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The following is a partial transcript taken from this audio broadcast:

"Dr. Shiel, who was the first to develop hypnosis?

Actually hypnosis was first developed in the late 1700s by Franz Mesmer. He was ostracized at the time for developing this technique of treatment and the reason for that had to do with it was felt that it was a fraudulent type of therapy. Of course later the term 'mesmerism' came into being so hypnosis was labeled as such. As we know in today's terminology, the term mesmerize -- when one is confused, is derived from the original terminology 'mesmerism'.

I've always wondered if hypnosis is harmful. Can you comment on that . . ."

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