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Mathematics of Pain Relief Infographic

Medical professionals use a formula called Number Needed to Treat to determine the effectiveness of various medications. This is how we know opioid painkillers are not the most effective way to treat most acute pain. Find out more about opioid painkillers’ efficacy and alternative options for pain relief.

Mathematics of Pain Relief

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