Study: Sickle cell patients experience more pain than previously thought

01/15/2008 | Reuters

The daily pain of people with sickle cell disease has been underestimated, according to a study. More than half of the study's participants reported pain on a majority of days, and almost one-third reported pain on a nearly daily basis. One researcher said the study shows sickle cell disease is a chronic pain syndrome.

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