Chronic Diseases

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neuroimmunological mediation of relationships between distress and subsequent level of physical symptoms." ( Perry and Rabkin, 1994, pp. 247-248).

In September of 1994, the NIMH Office on AIDS Programs issued an announcement to all funded investigators stating in part, "NIMH will limit its support for psychoneuroimmunology research since it is not among the primary scientific priorities of the overall National Institute of Health AIDS research agenda."

Judith G. Rabkin, PhD, MPH Professor of Clinical Psychology in Psychiatry; College of Physicians & Surgeons Columbia University


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