Believe it or not - praying does not help cardiac patients

Interestingly our healthcare systems still have sufficient resources to prove the obvious. It has now been shown in a randomized, double-blinded multicenter study that prayer (and other "esoteric" interventions) does not improve the outcome of percutaneous cardiac treatments. Needless to say that this result was independent of the religion applied to the procedure. Christian, Buddhist, Muslimic, and Jewish prayer groups did their best to no avail. It was not reported whether this procedure helped the praying persons in any respect
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