Transcript – Programme 84: Cancer pain

How cancer survivors can manage long term pain and creating a home from home at the hospital.
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Transcript – Programme 79: Side Effects, Placebos and a Brief History of Nerve Pain

Making sense of side effects, the power of placebo, and the improving treatment of neuropathic pain. To listen to this programme, please click here. Prefer a PDF? Please click here. Tens of thousands of soldiers in the First World War survived with limb amputations, but doctors and wi
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Transcript – Programme 80: Suffering is Optional

Improving treatment for veterans in pain and facing the challenges of civilian life
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Transcript – Programme 81: Life After Limb Loss

Supporting amputee veterans to rebuild their lives, and psychological techniques beyond words. To listen to this programme, please click here. Prefer a PDF? Please click here. Hundreds of veterans of the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan sustained injuries leading to the loss of one o
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Transcript – Programme 82: Pain, PTSD and Perfume

The emotional and physical impacts of injury and how to cope with them.
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Transcript – Programme 56: Images and Perceptions

Artist’s impressions of pain in the clinic, and clubbing or model railways – why living a good life with pain is in the eye of the beholder
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Transcript – Programme 29: Fibromyalgia

Living with fibromyalgia, and the medical research offering hope for the future.
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Transcript – Programme 28: Self-Management: Pacing and communication

Learning to manage pain with Arthritis Care’s self-management programme.
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Transcript – Programme 27: Arthritis: Challenging perceptions

Setting the record straight on arthritis, and practical tips on living with the condition.
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Transcript – Programme 26: Transforming Pain Services: Joining up pain management and involving the patient

The health professionals working to improve pain management, and the importance of getting patients more involved.
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