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Tiny Nerve-Cooling Implant Relieves Pain in Rats
The device can chill nerves as small as a few millimeters across, but more testing and modifications are necessary before it could relieve pain in humans.
Tiny Nerve-Cooling Implant Relieves Pain in Rats
Tiny Nerve-Cooling Implant Relieves Pain in Rats

The device can chill nerves as small as a few millimeters across, but more testing and modifications are necessary before it could relieve pain in humans.

The device can chill nerves as small as a few millimeters across, but more testing and modifications are necessary before it could relieve pain in humans.

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