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Protein Up-Regulated in Opioid-Tolerant Patients, Rats Could Hold Clues to New Drugs

February 2015

Researchers reporting in Anesthesiology have found a protein compound that appears to play a role in the development of opioid tolerance; the compound could be neutralized or blocked in patients taking opioids chronically for severe pain to avoid opioid tolerance in those at ...
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  • Protein Up-Regulated in Opioid-Tolerant Patients, Rats Could ...

    February 2015

    Researchers reporting in Anesthesiology have found a protein compound that appears to play a role in the development of opioid tolerance; the compound could be neutralized or blocked in patients taking opioids chronically for severe pain to avoid opioid tolerance in those at ...
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  • FDA Clears StimRouter for Peripheral Nerve Pain

    February 2015

    The FDA has cleared a 510(k) premarketing application for StimRouter, an implantable neuromodulation device designed to treat chronic pain of peripheral nerve origin, maker Bioness announced.
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  • Reducing Health Care Costs and Improving Quality of Care Are ...

    February 2015

    First, and most obviously, although I am sure there are certain areas in health care where in the short term we can improve quality and reduce cost, there is no way that in the long term reducing costs can ...
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