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Chronic Pain Following Spinal Cord Injury: The Role of Immunogenetics and Time of Injury Pain Treatment
Technical Report,30 Sep 2014,29 Sep 2015
The University of Adelaide Adelaide Australia
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We are in the 4rd year of our research program into the immunogenetics and drug exposure factors that contribute to chronic pain following spinal cord injury. Recruitment for Study 1 has continued to be slow and Study 2 has been deemed to be nonviable because of unavailability of patients. However, we have continued to progress with the expansion of Study 1 recruitment sites by broadening our collaborative network. Owing to the delay in recruitment an extension without funds request has recently been submitted as has a revised statement of work.
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