Pain Research

Special Report: Race, Pain Management, and the System

Chronic pain is one of the most common conditions, affecting an estimated 116 million Americans, but it is not treated equally in this country. Racial bias and discrimination have contributed — and continue to contribute — to inequities in pain experiences and pain care for Black, Indigenous and people of color, compared to white individuals. Read more.

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