August 1, 2013
Advances in Chronic Migraine Treatment
The 7th Annual Pain Therapeutics Summit East is the East Coast complement to the 7th Annual Pain Therapeutics Summit held on the West Coast. Year over year growth of this event necessitated an expansion into a bi-coastal pain summit.
July 17, 2013
Reducing Experimental Error in Analgesic Clinical Trials
Pharmaceutical companies spend large amounts of time perfecting their protocol and selecting quality sites so that the efficacy of their drug can be statistically demonstrated in clinical trials. However, an equal amount of effort is rarely placed on other aspects of clinical trials that may lead to optimizing their success such as patient education and analgesic model manipulations.
July 15, 2013
Realizing the True Promise of Genomic Medicine
In his paper, We Screen Newborns, Don’t We: Realizing the Promise of Public Health Genomics, James P Evans, MD, PHD discusses the limits of genetics in the effort to harness common diseases within the greater population.
July 10, 2013
Chronic Pain Therapy Research From Dogs To Humans
The study of chronic pain has led researchers down a variety of paths with the goal of finding a means to alleviate suffering in the most effective way possible. In one study, University of Colorado researchers are currently examining an effective treatment for chronic pain in dogs as a means to further treatment possibilities for humans.