Jul 17, 2015

Chronic Pain Patients Face Insurance Challenges — Pain News Network

By Barby Ingle, Columnist  You may have heard about singer Avril Levine’s battle with Lyme disease, a tick-borne illness that left her bedridden for months with debilitating pain and fatigue. It took a long time for Avril to be diagnosed correctly by doctors. She had to keep researching and advocating for herself before she was finally given proper treatment – a problem faced too...

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