Placebo refers to a substance that a person believes will relieve symptoms such as pain but that contains no chemicals that actually act on these symptoms.

In pharmacology, Placebo refers to a chemically inactive substance.

Placebo also refers to an inactive condition that has the appearance of an active treatment and that may cause improvement or change due to people"s belief in the Placebo's efficacy.


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