Co-sponsored by the IASP Orofacial, Genetics and Sex/Gender Special Interest Group, Complex Persistent Pain Condition: Common and Unique Pathways of Vulnerability will be presented on Sunday, Oct. 5, prior to the opening of the 15th World Congress on Pain. Moderated by William Maixner, Ph.D., this symposium will cover the range of factors underlying complete persistent pain conditions (CPPCs). Findings of multifactorial etiologies and diverse clinical manifestations of CPPCs will be emphasized. Internationally recognized clinicians, psychophysiologists, geneticists, and epidemiologists will present on genetic and molecular mechanisms and emerging methods; including Roger Fillingim, M.D., APS past president. The World Congress in Pain will be held in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Oct. 6-11. Seating is limited. Register now.
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