Wake Forest University School of Medicine awarded $1.9 million to study biomarkers for chronic pain

Chronic pain can be debilitating and can limit quality of life for the millions who suffer from it. Unfortunately, treatments to manage chronic pain are often ineffective because the functional changes that accompany a disease are not fully understood. Many patients develop chronic pain after surgery, but unfortunately, it is not yet possible to predict which patients are at risk.

To help address this need, the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) awarded researchers at Wake Forest University…

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