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A list of Citizendium articles, and planned articles, about Sham treatment.
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Any form of health treatment may have placebo effects. Some of the forms mentioned here are controversial in that some observers believe they have only placebo effect, while others believe that they can have direct therapeutic effects, which never excludes placebo effect. This article does not take a position on whether techniques have therapeutic effects in addition to placebo.

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