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Does this sentence have a logical and a clear meaning?

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Doctors sometimes insist that their patients’ illnesses are the result of depression, but in attributing these ailments to a psychological disorder, the patients are in effect told that these illnesses are all in their head.
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CAMANISHPARMAR wrote:
Doctors sometimes insist that their patients’ illnesses are the result of depression, but in attributing these ailments to a psychological disorder, the patients are in effect told that these illnesses are all in their head.
This one seems to be from an SC question. Take a look at my reply here.
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AjiteshArun wrote:
CAMANISHPARMAR wrote:
Doctors sometimes insist that their patients’ illnesses are the result of depression, but in attributing these ailments to a psychological disorder, the patients are in effect told that these illnesses are all in their head.
This one seems to be from an SC question. Take a look at my reply here.


Thanks for your quick reponce. Very helpful :)
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