Experts: Women's chronic pain different from men's. Healthcare needs to do better treating that

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Kim Templeton, MD, a speaker at HealthyWomen’s recent Chronic Pain Summit, which was held in mid-July in Ellicott City, MD, was interviewed for this article, which focused on chronic pain in women.  Dr. Templeton discussed the importance of pain management, particularly the difference between treating men and women.  The article also highlighted results from the recent HealthyWomen survey on chronic pain in women. 

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