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  • ABC News. "For Cyberchondriacs, Internet is the Enemy. " May 19, 2007. http://abcnews.go.com/gma/oncall/Story?id=3190086&page=1
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  • Bourke, Emily. " Patients go online but don't trust the info." The World Today, Tuesday, August 5, 2008.http://www.abc.net.au/worldtoday/content/2008/s2324607.htm
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  • Sansom, Claire. "A Cure for Hypochondria." Regulars - Professional Journal. The Biochemical Society, December 2007, p. 34
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