Noncancer pain conditions and risk of suicide.

@article{Ilgen2013NoncancerPC,
  title={Noncancer pain conditions and risk of suicide.},
  author={Mark Andrew Ilgen and Felicia Kleinberg and Rosalinda V. Ignacio and Amy S. B. Bohnert and Marcia M Valenstein and J. F. Mccarthy and Frederic C. Blow and Ira R. Katz},
  journal={JAMA psychiatry},
  year={2013},
  volume={70 7},
  pages={
          692-7
        }
}
IMPORTANCE There are limited data on the extent to which suicide mortality is associated with specific pain conditions. OBJECTIVE To examine the associations between clinical diagnoses of noncancer pain conditions and suicide among individuals receiving services in the Department of Veterans Affairs Healthcare System. DESIGN Retrospective data analysis. SETTING Data were extracted from National Death Index and treatment records from the Department of Veterans Healthcare System… CONTINUE READING
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