Training clowns to be doctors – Training Australia Magazine
Once upon a time, a 19th century Scottish doctor called John Brown, was faced with a very difficult case. A young female patient was dying because of an abscess obstructing her throat. In the course of the consultation, the woman’s husband made a humorous remark. She responded by laughing, and suddenly, her abscess burst and her life was saved. This was the first recorded case of laughter being the best medicine.
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