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Mar 09 2020
Dimethyl fumarate relieves neuropathic pain in rodents by alleviating oxidative stress
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Mar 04 2020
A new study shows that altruistic behaviors relieve acute pain in healthy volunteers and chronic pain in cancer patients
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Feb 24 2020
A Wellcome Trust study documents a plethora of widespread issues, including career insecurity, bullying and harassment, sexism and mental health issues. Pain investigators who spoke to PRF said these problems apply to the pain research environment too.
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Feb 03 2020
Based on results from two recent clinical trials, the US Food and Drug Administration approves ubrogepant, a CGRP receptor antagonist, for acute migraine treatment
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Mar 24 2020

During a PRF webinar on March 24, 2020, Ishmail Abdus-Saboor discussed approaches to developing objective “pain scales” in animals by...

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This article was originally published on RELIEF, the IASP Pain Research Forum's companion website...

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In this elegant study, the authors compare lidocaine injection of the...
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In the accompanying paper, Bennett, Serra, and Tracey make an important...
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Negus and colleagues have provided a useful in-depth review of the broad...
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How an organism maintains its internal stability despite variations in...
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May 15 2018
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Four years ago, the labs of Patrik Ernfors and Sten Linnarsson from the...
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Pain in surgical joint instability models of osteoarthritis (OA) is...
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