Most Fibromyalgia Research is Worthless

Most Fibromyalgia Research is Worthless I make it a point to try to be aware of all fibromyalgia research that is published by using PubMed’s free subscription service (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/). I get to read all of the abstracts this way and if I find articles that are of special interest to me I try to download …

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Why “Centralized” Is Unacceptable As A Descriptor For The Pain Of Fibromyalgia

Why “Centralized” Is Unacceptable As A Descriptor For The Pain Of Fibromyalgia The search is on for a third pain descriptor for chronic pain that is more appropriate for the large group of people whose pain is not associated with tissue damage (i.e. “nociceptive pain”) or with demonstrable nerve damage (i.e. “neuropathic pain”). A recent …

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