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May 16, 2018Novel Therapeutics for Chronic Pain ManagementChronic pain may or may not have biological value and even persist past normal tissue healing. This severely impacts the quality of life, limiting physical activity and creating sleep disorders. Chronic pain from tissue inflammation or damage (as in rheumatoid arthritis and cancer pain) is mostly treated with opioids. Limited research has shown that opioids lose their efficacy over a period of time and their over-use has created one of the worst public health crises in American history.
Novel therapies are urgently needed to treat chronic and persistent pain.
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