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From Capsaicin to Classifications: 30 of the Most-Cited Papers on Pain

Throughout 2024, IASP is celebrating its 50th anniversary, culminating at the 20th World Congress on Pain. As IASP reflects on contributions to the field of pain, it’s immensely proud of […]

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“Small” Images Receive Big Honors

Each year since 1975, Nikon’s Small World has celebrated images captured by the light microscope. In their 2023 Photomicrography Competition, seven images featuring key players in the nervous system – […]

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The PRF-ISPP 2023 Correspondents Blog: Reflections

Five pain researchers are participating in the PRF-ISPP 2023 Correspondents Program covering the International Symposium on Pediatric Pain, which took place 1-4 October 2023 in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The Correspondents […]

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The PRF-ISPP 2023 Correspondents Blog: Day 3

Five pain researchers are participating in the PRF-ISPP 2023 Correspondents Program during the International Symposium on Pediatric Pain, taking place 1-4 October in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The Correspondents Program is […]

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The PRF-ISPP 2023 Correspondents Blog

Five pain researchers are participating in the PRF-ISPP 2023 Correspondents Program during the International Symposium on Pediatric Pain, taking place 1-4 October in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The Correspondents Program is […]

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The IASP-PRF Podcast: Power Over Pain

Editor’s note: For the past 22 years, September has been declared Pain Awareness Month. During this time, we reflect on the global burden of pain and assess ways to increase […]

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The PRF-ISPP 2023 Correspondents Blog: Preview

Five pain researchers are participating in the PRF-ISPP 2023 Correspondents Program during the International Symposium on Pediatric Pain, taking place 1-4  October in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The Correspondents program is […]

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A2CPS: A New Frontier in Pain Research

As a leading cause of disability in countries worldwide, chronic pain is a significant health crisis. Aside from its economic burden totaling hundreds of billions of dollars each year, chronic […]

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First Long-Term Brain Recordings in Chronic Pain Patients Yields “Biomarker”

If you could read the mind of someone in pain, it would make management a whole lot easier. Objective biomarkers of pain have been considered a holy grail of pain […]

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Are Nociceptors the New “Bad Guys” in Cancer?

It’s only been 10 years since the emergence of the cancer neuroscience field. Back in 2013, landmark studies discovered that if peripheral neurons were ablated in a mouse model of […]

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