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Wednesday, April 6, 2016

U.S. Chronic Pain Patient To Be Heard? Take the 2016 National Survey!

The National Pain Report is requesting for those of us that live with Pain, participate in a national survey from the U.S. Pain Foundation

U.S. Pain is collecting data to gain a sense of how much information is known about the CDC Guidelines for Prescribing Opioids for Chronic Pain, FDA Opioids Action Plan and the National Pain Strategy (NPS).

The voice of the chronic pain patient needs to be heard.
The U.S. Pain Foundation - the largest pain advocacy organization in the United States - is reaching out to the pain community to ask questions that can help them identify and promote issues that are important to those who suffer from pain and their loved ones.

They asked the National Pain Report to promote the survey to our large audience, which we've agreed to do.

To take the survey, click here.
We hope that you've had a chance to read some of the interesting commentaries that National Pain Report has published recently.

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