Eliminating Pain: How a Piece of Felt Did What Painkillers Could Not

Like millions of Americans, Linda Brown, suffering from a debilitating pain in her face, struggled against the quicksand of pain medication. The more pills she took, the more she needed. "I was becoming an addict," she said. "I was no longer functioning at, what I considered, a life." She was taking 20 to 30 pills every day, and even set her alarm clock for 2 a.m. so she could take more medication to avoid the pain, which she described it as a "bolt of lightning," a "bad electrical shock." A...Full Story
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