Persistent pain after stressful events may have a neurobiological basis – Science Daily (press release)

by admin on May 2, 2013

Persistent pain after stressful events may have a neurobiological basis
Science Daily (press release)
"Our study findings indicate that mechanisms influencing chronic pain development may be related to the stress response, rather than any specific injury caused by the traumatic event," said Samuel McLean, MD, MPH, senior author of the study and

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