Spinal neuronal correlates of tapentadol analgesia in cancer pain: a back-translational approach.

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BACKGROUND Pain is a common and highly debilitating complication for cancer patients significantly compromising their quality of life. Cancer-induced bone pain involves a complex interplay of multiple mechanisms including both inflammatory and neuropathic processes and also some unique changes. Strong opioids are a mainstay of treatments but side effects… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/ejp.530

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@article{Falk2015SpinalNC, title={Spinal neuronal correlates of tapentadol analgesia in cancer pain: a back-translational approach.}, author={Sarah Falk and Roopa H Patel and Anne Marie Heegaard and Sebastiano L Mercadante and Anthony Henry Dickenson}, journal={European journal of pain}, year={2015}, volume={19 2}, pages={152-8} }