Posted on May 19, 2010 | Comments 0
An article published in Pain Medicine spoke about the observations made by the University of Michigan Health System Study which tracked ethnic and racial patterns of 5,700 people who used alternative medicine to treat chronic pain over a six year period.
Racial characteristics, economic and social characteristics, medical history and health factors and symptoms related to pain were also seen to be relevant aspects in the study:
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