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Microbes … or infinite Mind?

A conversation about contagion.

From the January 2013 issue of The Christian Science Journal

While most people in the developed world may think about communicable illness only during certain times of the year, around the globe contagious diseases—more than just seasonal inconveniences—rank as one of the biggest challenges to health and life-expectancy. Whether in regard to malaria, yellow fever, HIV/AIDS, or other illnesses, the need for healing is great.

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