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Early Inflammation Protects Against Chronic Pain, Study Finds
Human data and experiments in mice challenge the common use of anti-inflammatory drugs to treat pain.
Early Inflammation Protects Against Chronic Pain, Study Finds
Early Inflammation Protects Against Chronic Pain, Study Finds

Human data and experiments in mice challenge the common use of anti-inflammatory drugs to treat pain.

Human data and experiments in mice challenge the common use of anti-inflammatory drugs to treat pain.

anti-inflammatory drugs
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