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January 23, 2018
Randomised controlled trial to compare two different treatments and aims to reduce reliance on strong painkillers

The University of Warwick in the UK is starting a trial to improve the lives of long-term strong painkiller users.

 

Researchers from the University’s Warwick Medical School and The James Cook University Hospital, Middlesbrough, have developed a support programme that they hope will help people with long term pain reduce their dependency on strong pain killers (opioids) and improve their quality of life.

 

December 9, 2008
Researchers discover vitamin B1 can reverse the onset of kidney disease for diabetes patients

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