Aug 19, 2020
RELIEF NEWS HIGHLIGHTS COLLECTION:
NEWS AND FEATURES
Experts say having a diverse group of healthcare professionals, working with patients who feel empowered to manage their own condition, is the best way forward to tackle the problem of chronic pain.
A new study examines the strength of the evidence for different interventions for pediatric pain and where the gaps in knowledge are.
One decade ago, pain stakeholders from across the globe called for the world to recognize that access to pain management is a fundamental human right. How has the Declaration of Montreal influenced pain research and treatment in the years since?
Brain imaging suggests ethnic differences in pain stem from life experience, not the biology of the pain system.
A new study shows that social transmission of placebo effects via subtle facial cues decreases experimental heat pain.
INTERVIEWS AND PODCASTS
In this exclusive RELIEF interview, Reis discusses his path to pain research, the challenges associated with musculoskeletal pain, the pain landscape in Brazil, and more.
In this exclusive RELIEF interview, patient advocate Billie Jo Bogden discusses the challenges of dealing with chronic pain during the coronavirus crisis.
In this exclusive RELIEF podcast, Annemieke Kavelaars, a professor and researcher at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas, discusses the connection between chronic pain and the immune system.
Childhood cancer changes the pain experience for survivors and parents.
In this RELIEF podcast, the NIH's Alexander Chesler discusses how somatosensation works and what happens in the nervous system when it goes awry.