As opioid addiction continues to ravage large swaths of the country, doctors are being urged to prescribe fewer narcotic painkillers, putting pressure on drug companies to come up with new ways to treat pain patients.Rather than treating generalized pain, some new drugs target specific types of pain. For example, some researchers looking to soothe the nerves of …
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