Women benefit more than men from chronic pain treatments

10/20/2008 | Yahoo!

A study of more than 1,200 adults admitted to a three-week outpatient pain treatment program found women have a better response than men to treatments for chronic pain. Work activities or societal factors may influence the different response seen among men, the lead researcher said.

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