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Submission + - Erasing Neuronal Memories May Help Control Chronic Pain

An anonymous reader writes: A team of researchers led by McGill neuroscientist Terence Coderre, who is also affiliated with the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre, has found the key to understanding how memories of pain are stored in the brain. More importantly, the researchers are also able to suggest how these memories can be erased, making it possible to ease chronic pain.
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Erasing Neuronal Memories May Help Control Chronic Pain

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