Possible future treatments for chronic pain

2018-11-18 - Neurostimulation to treat chronic pain

2018-04-08 - Green light to reduce pain

2016-05-08 - Relief.news website

2015-12-06 - Low-dose opiods plus Nav1.7 pain channel blocker

2013-04-28 - FAST - Focused Aspiration of Scar Tissue

2005-01-09 - D-cycloserine, an antibiotic, relieves chronic neuropathic pain

2003-10-06 - Artemin, a nerve growth factor, relieves neuropathic pain

2002-02-03 - New drug, A-317491, relieves chronic inflammatory pain and neuropathic pain

2000-05-04 - Botox can provide relief for low back pain

2000-11-09 - Neuropathic pain can be treated by delivering drugs along the nerves

2000-11-09 - Nalbuphine plus naloxone gives highly effective pain relief without morphine's side effects

2000-01-19 - High intensity ultrasound damages tissue but leads to healing and pain relief

1999-11-19 - Permanent relief of chronic pain by killing specific nerve cells

Note from Jon Miles:

The researchers who produce possible new treatments for chronic pain often say something like "Of course, it will be years before this can be applied to humans". In my opinion, this attitude is over-careful. People who are dying, disabled, or in severe pain should have the right to decide for themselves whether or not they want to take the risk of using a drug which has not been through the full approval process.

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