In one of the studies, half of a large group of students with the earliest signs of a cold went to Karmu, the healer. The other half were treated at the Harvard Health Service. Most of those treated at Harvard Health developed severe colds. None of the Karmu-treated patients developed colds. All of the Karmu-treated patients and only one of the Harvard-treated patients mounted an immune response as evidenced by increased salivary IgA.

Why do you suppose Karmu, the healer had such profoundly better results than the Harvard Health Service? My hypothesis is that Karmu treated patients with love, while the physicians and nurses at Harvard treated patients with medicine