Study analyzing often-overlooked racial/ethnic groups provides a new understanding of pain disparities in the US

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Racial and ethnic disparities in pain prevalence in the U.S. are far larger than previously realized, according to the results of a new study co-written by a University at Buffalo medical sociologist.

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