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"...it has [also] been shown that patients are very pleased and satisfied with chiropractic care whether they get better or not....Furthermore, it has been said that chiropractic's greatest contribution to health care has been the development of a solid doctor-patient relationship. So, let's not kid ourselves. It may not be what we say.....but simply the way in which we say it that stimulates some measurable change in patient's general health care status. Some studies support this view." Views of David Byfield, Susan King and Peter McCarthy, chiropractic staff members at the University of Glamorgan, UK.