Three Men in a Boat (To Say Nothing of the Dog)

What conclusion did the friends arrive at about their ailments?

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The narrator, J., is smoking in his room with his friends, George and William Samuel Harris, and his dog Montmorency. The men, all hypochondriacs, are chatting about their latest illnesses, each man certain that he is in danger of death or serious disease.