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Collective Hysteria Diagnosed For Mystery School Illness

By Alexander Russo — April 16, 2007 1 min read

For months, a mysterious illness had swept through their school, afflicting hundreds of girls, and they were there to ask for recovery. Mexico’s public health authorities have concluded that the girls at the Children’s Village School are suffering from collective hysteria. From the NYT “Most-Read” list (At a School for the Poor, a Mysterious, Crippling Illness NYT).

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