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Placebo Reduces Back Pain–Even When Patients Know They’re Taking Placebo

14:35 EDT 18 Oct 2016 | Bioethics.com

(Medical Xpress) – For patients with chronic back pain, “open” treatment with placebo—informing patients that they are taking an inactive pill, and why it might be helpful—leads to reductions in pain and disability, reports a study in Pain, the official … Read More

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