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Havana syndrome fits the pattern of psychosomatic illness – but that doesn't mean the symptoms aren't real

By Robert Baloh, Professor of Neurology, University of California, Los Angeles
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Havana syndrome has spread to government officials around the world and stumped doctors for years. Despite news of mysterious attacks, evidence suggests mass psychogenic illness may be the true cause.


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