Disparities in Pain Treatment Dividing Europe

Please read: Disparities in Pain Treatment Dividing Europe.  Please note that (free) registration is required to view the article through Medscape.

“Already, such changes have led to some progress. For example, in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, and Serbia, the number of available drugs is on the rise, and in some Eastern European countries, patients with pain are being treated according to guidelines for cancer and noncancer pain treatment.”

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  1. I would love to see a comparison between different countries in regards to attitudes toward intractable pain treatment. Any one know of one?

    Posted by Tom Cuddy | January 30, 2012, 12:54 PM

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