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I call it the pain pulse. It's getting stronger, louder, and more powerful — more pain science, pain education, and pain treatment knowledge is being published, taught, and used effectively to help patients suffering with a diagnosis of primary pain. It’s fitting, then, to recognize Pain Awareness Month in September with celebration of the accomplishments in the advancement of treating pain.

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