Lancet Medical Journal Publishes Near-Death Study of Cardiac Arrest Survivors

December 29, 2001 Arnhem, The Netherlands - The December 15th issue of The Lancet medical journal published results of a ten year study, "Near-death experience in survivors of cardiac arrest." In the report, near-death experiences are defined as "the reported memory of all impressions during a special state of consciousness, including specific elements such as out-of-body experience, pleasant feelings and seeing a tunnel, a light, a being of light, deceased relatives, or a life review."


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