Pain Research Yielding Encouraging Discoveries, But Funding Cuts Threaten Future Advances

Budget slashing at the National Institutes of Health brought on by the federal budget sequester has painted a very uncertain picture for future pain research funding. The American Pain Society in a news release on September 12, 2013 said that this could impede the translation of recent pain research discoveries into clinical practice. Read more from APS President and PAINWeek faculty member Roger Fillingim, PhD, here.

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