Children’s pain: Suffer little children

Despite its prevalence, children’s pain is poorly understood, often ignored and under-treated, say pain experts in a new report. Undertreated, unrecognised or poorly managed pain in childhood leads to important and long-lasting negative consequences that can continue in adulthood, including continued chronic pain, disability and distress, concluded a multinational expert group of pain specialists.  A

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