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Comparison of Cancer Pain and Chronic Benign Pain Patients on Dimensions of Pain Intensity, Affect, and Approach to Treatment



Comparison of Cancer Pain and Chronic Benign Pain Patients on Dimensions of Pain Intensity, Affect, and Approach to Treatment



Clinical Journal of Pain 1(4): 205-210




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DOI: 10.1097/00002508-198501040-00004


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