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New Opioid Accelerates Recovery Time From Pain Compared to Morphine, Preclinical Study Shows

News   May 22, 2019 | Original story from Tulane University

 
New Opioid Accelerates Recovery Time From Pain Compared to Morphine, Preclinical Study Shows

Senior study author James Zadina, PhD, and first author Amy Feehan, PhD, in Zadina's research lab at Tulane University School of Medicine. Photo by Sally Asher.

 
 
 

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