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Anticonvulsant drugs ineffective for lower back pain and can cause harm

02:05 EDT 13 Jul 2018 | Arthritis Digest

Anticonvulsant drugs are increasingly used to treat lower back pain in some countries, but a new study in the Canadian Medical Association Journal has found they are ineffective and can have negative side effects, confirming the state of play in the UK. Lower back pain affects millions of people around the world and is the […]

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