Chronic pain after breast cancer surgery

By Dr Julie Bruce Breast cancer is the commonest cancer affecting women and surgery is the main treatment, either to the breast and/or the underarm area. There are two main types of breast operation, mastectomy (removal of the whole breast) or removal of the cancerous lump, called lum
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Issue 62 of Pain Matters is out now

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The 62nd edition of Pain Matters has hit the newsstands. Packed with news, comment and features, it’s a must-read for people living with chronic pain, their families and health professionals. Green fingers? In this issue, we take a look at some ways to get growing and take advantage o
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2014 Achievements

ACHIEVEMENTS Airing Pain radio programme This ever-popular programme continues our collaboration with Sony award-winning broadcaster Paul Evans and internet disability radio station, Able Radio. There are now over 65 innovative half-hour podcasts on our website, informing and supporti
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Tune into re-runs of the best of Airing Pain

Join us every Tuesday and Sunday at 8pm on Able Radio as we repeat some of Airing Pain’s best programmes!
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Pain Concern Carer Community

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Pain Concern has set up a forum for young adult carers across the UK.
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Painful Truth Twitter Web Clinic

This Wednesday, we are co-hosting a Twitter Q&A with The Painful Truth, answering your questions about chronic pain.
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Online course set to improve pain treatment

December sees the launch of a new e-PAIN programme designed to improve early diagnosis and management of pain.
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