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The Fight Against Pain (Treatment) Part II #789384

ABC Evening News for Monday, May 09, 2005
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) Start of a new series on pain introduced; ABCNews/"USA Today"/Stanford University Medical Center poll findings on Americans with chronic/recurrent pain cited.

(Toronto, Canada: Ned Potter) The treatment of pain examined; scenes shown from the Wasser Pain Management Centre; details given about various pain treatments that are used, including botox, hypnosis, massage, meditation etc. & why pain management has become a specialty of its own. [Pain patient Ruth ROSS‡- talks about her pain.] [Wasser Pain Management Centre's Dr. Allan GORDON†- talks about treating chronic pain.] [Patient Elaine LEVE†- comments on fighting her pain.] [American Academy of Pain Medicine President Dr. Scott FISHMAN†- says we can make everyone feel better.]

(Studio: Charles Gibson) Tomorrow's segment on pain in children previewed.

Reporter(s):
Gibson, Charles;
Potter, Ned
Duration:
00:02:50

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