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PKG in the On Position Results in Chronic Pain

Richard Ambron from Columbia University in New York City has discovered that chronic pain occurs as a result of hyper-excitable neurons. // ..He and his colleagues were studying chronic pain at the molecular and cellular level. Normally at the molecular level a pain stimulus occurs and the neurons becomes excited and begin to send signals to the brain and the individual sense pain but when the st...
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