Suzanne O'Sullivan

Neurologist, Author “Is It All In Your Head: True Stories of Imaginary Illness”

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neurologist and author of “Is It All In Your Head: True Stories of Imaginary Illness”

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One neurologist's patients suffer epileptic seizures, are blind or can’t walk. They don't actually have an underlying physiological disease, so how does she treat them?

How the mind tricks the body into becoming sick

One neurologist's patients suffer epileptic seizures, are blind or can’t walk. They don't actually have an underlying physiological disease, so how does she treat them?

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