Chronic Pain World — 05 February 2013

bigstock-man-taking-medication-13886486By Pat Anson, Editor

Men who take long acting opioids for chronic pain are five times more likely to have low testosterone levels, according to a new Kaiser Permanente study published in The Clinical Journal of Pain.

Read more at National Pain Report.


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Pat Anson, Editor

Pat is Editor in Chief of American News Report. He is a veteran journalist and a former correspondent and producer for HealthWeek (PBS), Nightly Business Report (PBS) and other nationally syndicated shows. Pat has won numerous journalism awards, including a Golden Mike award for investigative reporting.

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