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Signals from the Frontlines

By | March 28, 2005

Pain is one of the more complex perceptions.

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TCAS: The Complex Analgesics

By | March 28, 2005

In the 1960s, researchers found that tricyclic antidepressants (TCAs) alleviated neuropathic pain, such as postherpetic neuralgia.

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Descartes gave a colorful description of the mechanism of pain in the 17th Century: "Particles" of fire set in motion a spot on the skin of the foot, and by means of a "delicate thread" they open a "pore" at the other end, much like ringing a bell with a rope.

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The COX-3 Identity Crisis

By | March 28, 2005

Acetaminophen poses a pain-relief puzzle.

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The Essence of Pain

March 28, 2005

Pain is simultaneously a consuming, blinding reality and a complex and slippery object of study.

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The Interpreter

By | March 28, 2005

Just before the holidays, Kenneth Casey's young grand-daughter accidentally slammed the tip of her finger in a car door.

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The Quest for Pain Relief

By | March 28, 2005

) was headed toward extinction.

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Has a more thorough understanding of pain biology presaged an avalanche of new treatment modalities?

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A Bronx Tale

By | November 22, 2004

Four places on the planet get an article before their name: The Vatican, The Hague, The Netherlands and The Bronx.

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BRANY: Trying Trials Together

By | November 22, 2004

New York City institutions are as eager as those in any other city to run clinical trials, but the competition is fierce.

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