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Lack of evidence for non-drug interventions for chronic pain 'could limit their inclusion in NICE guidance'

10:11 EST 10 Feb 2020 | The Pharmaceutical Journal

Lack of clinical evidence to support non-pharmaceutical interventions to help patients with chronic pain may hamper their inclusion in new national guidance, a member of the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence guidance committee, has suggested.

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