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How to set boundaries with chronic pain patients

David Cosio
Journal of Family Practice 2014, 63 (3): S3-8
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While a collaborative relationship is optimal for pain management, there may be times when saying No is the best treatment. This review--and easy-to-use "decision tree"--can help with both.

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