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Paul J. Rosch, MD, M.A., FACP, FAIS is Chairman of the Board of Directors of AIS and Clinical Professor of Medicine and Psychiatry at New York Medical College.  He has co-authored works with Dr. Hans Selye, who is responsible for our current concept of “stress”, as well as Flanders Dunbar, who introduced the term “psychosomatic” into American medicine. He has written on all facets of the complex relationships between stress and health, particularly in regard to stress and cardiovascular disease, stress and cancer and the adverse health effects of job stress. His articles have appeared in every prominent medical journal and he has been interviewed on numerous network television programs, including 60 Minutes. In recent years, his focus has been on the role of subtle energy therapies for stress related diseases, and he is the Editor of the second edition of Bioelectromagnetic and Subtle Energy Medicine. For additional information about Dr. Rosch, click here.
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