Sunday, July 17, 2011

Jad Adams, Asti Hustvedt and painstakingly BAD hysteria research

Jad Adams,, Friday 15 July 2011:

Medical Muses by Asti Hustvedt - review

This turns Hustvedt's book into a study of how the diagnosis of illness can be chosen, a negotiation between doctor and patient. With a nod to contemporary life, Hustvedt points out that "no drug exists to cure anorexia, bulimia, self-mutilation, chronic fatigue syndrome and multiple personality disorder and no genetic flaw has been found to explain them. Furthermore, as was true for hysteria, these contemporary disorders are thought to be contagious, spread by suggestion, imitation and therapy."

In a work of painstaking research ... Read more blah blah

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