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REIN FOR PAIN LAYS MAINLY IN THE BRAIN, STANFORD RESEARCHERS FIND – Office of Communications & Public Affairs – Stanford University School of Medicine
With training and the use of high-tech imaging equipment, subjects were able to influence their pain by controlling activity in one of the pain centers of the brain through the use of mental exercises and by visualizing their own brain activity in real time.
ふむ、すごい。ところで、REIN FOR PAIN LAYS MAINLY IN THE BRAINって、マイフェアレディのセリフのもじりだな。おみごと。

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