"Cancer patients may have pain for a variety of reasons; it may be an effect of the cancer itself or a result of the treatment methods. There are many methods for controlling pain, including pain medications, nerve blocks, physical therapy, and techniques such as relaxation and imagery. Cancer pain almost always can be relieved or controlled, and you should work with your doctor to determine the best treatment method for you."
— Dr. Scott Fishman
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