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Both approaches may offer a nonpharmaceutical option to use instead of or alongside opioids pain medication.
Cancer patients and providers share tips on discussing pain to inform symptoms and treatments, including for Black women with breast cancer.
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Palliative care specialists help patients find relief from pain, stress and treatment side effects.
Cancer patients who used cannabis had less pain, slept better and seemed to think more clearly.
NIH data are the first nationwide estimates on the incidence of new chronic pain and new high impact chronic pain.
Cancer patients were prescribed less opioids and had fewer hospital visits for pain in states that allow medical cannabis.
New study finds racial inequities in access to opioids among older patients with cancer near end of life.
Study participants demonstrated better self-efficacy and experienced less pain.
Many breast cancer patients rely on cannabis not just to relieve side effects but to treat cancer yet may be unaware of possible harms.
A new study has found a sharp decline in opioid access among terminal cancer patients in recent years.
Most doctors don’t follow current rehab guidelines.
About 60% of elderly people report starting cannabis use after age 60 to help with pain, insomnia, anxiety and depression.
Black and Hispanic children don’t receive the same care for fracture pain as their white counterparts.
This team-based approach can ease symptoms and improve quality of life for anyone living with cancer at any stage.
People who use cannabis experience the same pain intensity as those who don’t.
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