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Non-Opioid Investigational Drug Shows Promise as a Treatment for Lingering Nerve Pain

News   Jul 06, 2018 | Original story from Washington University

 
Non-Opioid Investigational Drug Shows Promise as a Treatment for Lingering Nerve Pain

In skin biopsies from the legs of healthy people (left) there are abundant sensory nerve fibers (green) but few macrophages (red). Meanwhile, in biopsies from patients with pain due to diabetic neuropathy (right), macrophages (red) surround degenerating nerve fibers (green). Credit: Mohopatra lab

 
 
 

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