Published on: June 27, 2016

Would anyone argue against a statement that people with chronic pain generally suffer enormously through their lives? Except that they look okay and that they may have normal life spans, is there any other reason why palliative care people do not think they have anything to do with it? Not life-threatening enough? Even if all your activities, social interactions and even thinking process are limited by the disease called chronic pain? Read how a patient is afraid to visit a pain clinic. We have seen this phenomenon, time and again.

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