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Room for improvement

The healing ritual of laying on of hands finds a place in Greater Boston

By Katie Liesener
Globe Correspondent / August 11, 2007

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Eileen Richmond shuffled toward the receptionist's desk desperate for relief. She completed the paperwork for treatment of fatigue -- which had been plaguing her since a six-month exposure to carbon monoxide -- and collapsed into a waiting-room couch. When her name was called, she was ushered into a private room, but not to be poked and palpated by doctors. Instead, ... (Full article: 1297 words)

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