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10-Year Study of Patient Outcomes Provides Further Confirmation

Results of a recent study published last month in Pain Research Management provides further validation of the benefits of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) in conjunction with exercise in the management of chronic pain. A team from Bridgepoint Health and...

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"Next Generation" Lidocaine Patch Achieves Key Endpoints in Bioequivalence Study

In a press release earlier this week, SCILEX Pharmaceuticals Inc. ("SCILEX"), a subsidiary of Sorrento Therapeutics, Inc. announced the achievement of key endpoints in a bioequivalence study of its new product for the treatment of postherpetic neuralgia (PHN). ZTlido(TM), or lidocaine patch 1.8%, met...

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UV Activated Chemical Tool Mediates Inflammatory Response

Researchers from Cornell University have announced the development of a chemical tool that, when activated by ultraviolet (UV) light, inhibits the body's inflammatory response to immune system challenges. The discovery may...

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Targeted Agonist Provides Analgesia Without Typical Side Effects

Researchers from The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI), Florida campus, report their discovery of a novel drug candidate for the treatment of pain and itch that both reduces the potential for abuse associated with opioid narcotics and avoids the common side effects of other kappa opioid receptor (KOR) agonists. The new candidate...

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More and More People Are Benefitting From Shoulder Replacement Surgery

The combined effects of demographics and technology are motivating a dramatic increase in the number of shoulder replacement surgeries, according to a new report from Loyola University Medical Center. Increasing numbers of aging Baby Boomers are...

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Computer Simulation, Comprehensive Examination, Dose-Variable Effects

In an effort to enhance understanding of how the liver metabolizes acetaminophen, researchers at Indiana University's Biocomplexity Institute have announced the development of a computer based "virtual model" of...

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