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Psychoneuroimmunology (PNI) is a scientific discipline that studies the connections and interactions between the systems that regulate human health and behaviour: the neuroendocrine system, the immune system and the metabolic system. It is a transversal way of understanding health that, thanks to a thorough study of physiology and biochemistry, connects the symptoms that the patient presentsto understand the whole “film” and decipher the mechanisms of action that have led to illness, since several people may have the same pathology by different routes (and, hence, their treatment should not be the same).
PNI originated in the United States when, in 1974, Bob Ader of the University of Rochester visited the office of his colleague Nicholas Cohen to convince him to support his hypotheses about the connections between the nervous system and the immune system. Cohen accepted the proposal, and in 1975 they published the first study that would lay the foundations of PNI (Ader and Cohen, 1975). From this moment on, PNI experienced a rapid and solid expansion, although so much research was not transferred to the clinic.