Advances in Treating Chronic Nonmalignant Pain and Substance Use Disorders

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Description: Point prevalence estimates of chronic pain in the United States range from about 10% to 50% of the population, depending on the several definitions used,1 with similar rates reported elsewhere in the world.2 Even higher rates of chronic pain are reported in individuals with opioid and other substance use disorders,3 and rates of substance use problems both in the United States and in Canada are highly prevalent and growing.4-5 Substance use disorders and chronic pain produce an impressive and strikingly similar range and number of negative effects on humans and society, and cause notable concerns and dilemma in health care workers and across the entire health care treatment system.
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