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Lung Cancer Pain Management

Rating your pain and using a pain control diary can help your doctor figure out how to best relieve your cancer pain.

Lung Cancer Pain Management

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New Approach to Lung Cancer Pain

In this video see how one cancer expert has developed a new pain for rating cancer pain in this video.

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Reviewed by Arnold Wax, MD on February 20, 2010

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