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Topic - Laszlo Mechtler
A dozen western New York high school girls have developed involuntary tics and other symptoms, and a doctor said Friday that at least 10 of them are suffering from a psychological condition usually brought on by stress or a frightening condition.
He said his office would like to examine the two girls they haven't seen to determine if they, too, suffer from conversion disorder.
MPI has been documented for hundreds of years, he said, mostly occurring in small groups of people living or working in a defined area.