Neuroinflammation in Central Pain

The scientific world is getting ahead of the American Doctor’s office on pain theory. Pain chemistry is not a field in doubt, it is a field ignored. It is politically incorrect to legitimize pain patients. People who ought to be out pursuing the bad guys in swamp buggies in Florida find it more convenient to sit behind desks and arrest and imprison pain patients and their doctors.

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Is the word "Brain" obsolete? Opiate receptors studied.

Languages have their conventions. The meaning behind words can become obscured by convention. New studies suggest a wedding of the thalamus and cord which forces a revision in thinking about what makes something a brain structure vs. a brain visitor. One day we may describe the body in terms of interactive chemical processes. When a boy tells a girl he loves her, he may have to use three or four paragraphs of chemical reactions, before she knows if his intentions are really sincere. Long before that, we hope to have found at least one way to stop central pain. There are many.

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Bee venom

In a study so simple it is a wonder it hasn’t been done before, some Chinese scientists in Xi’an have now shown that thermal hypersensitivity and mechanical hypersensitivity (touch) are not the same thing. Of course, the data from the survey at painonline has said this for years.

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