Researchers have discovered that a gene-editing technique, which silences gene transmitting pain signals, is effective in mice that had been suffering from the painful effects of chemotherapy.
Browsing: chronic pain
Researchers have revealed that tetrahydrocannabinol, found in marijuana, may reduce the number of connections between areas of the brain that process pain; this could lead to pain relief in individuals with chronic radicular nerve pain.
Participants receiving the antibody treatment were also able to take less additional migraine medication compared with those in the placebo group.
A large-scale, population-based study has demonstrated a relationship between persistent pain and cognitive decline.
This article focuses the choice of surgical treatment in an unoperated patient with clinically established trigeminal neuralgia.
This Editorial article provides an insight into how pharmacogenomics can assist in guided dosing of fentanyl for the treatment of pain.
The aim of this editorial from the journal Pain Management is to analyze the current status of evidence for TENS for pain relief.
Researchers use epigenome-editing technology to repress cytokine cell receptors, preventing tissue degeneration and pain.
In this commentary, Turo Nurmikko focuses on the choice of surgical treatment in an unoperated patient with clinically established trigeminal neuralgia.
Researchers have discovered that a compound from marine snails can relieve pain in rodent models through a non-opioid pathway; this could present an alternative future treatment for chronic pain.