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Mankind Research Foundation

Mankind Research Foundation

A New Age organization that aims: "to combine the efforts of leading researchers and experimenters in the multi-disciplinary and interacting fields of human development and humanistic psychology which include research involving the body, mind and those forces and phenomena acting upon the health, education and welfare of mankind. Areas of study include biocommunication, biocybernetics, biophysics, psycho-physiology, educational development, cancer research and mind-body developments."

It is located at 1315 Apple Ave., Silver Spring, MD 20910.

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