Stem cells may work where painkillers fail

Nerve pain is intense, debilitating, and, unfortunately, especially difficult to treat due to its resistance to traditional painkillers. Stem cell therapy has shown potential for relieving nerve pain, but our understanding of the relatively new science has remained limited. A recent study from Duke University reveals a key factor in the behavior of stem cells in…

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  1. It’ll never fly if it actually fixes a malady or if it isn’t addictive. No money to be made if the sick don’t have to come back for more.

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