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Did you know that 70 million to 100 million Americans suffer from chronic pain?

The University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) is proud  to share the impactful work our top-tier scientists and medical professionals are engaged in to better understand, treat, and modify the impact of chronic pain. We invite you to join us at our upcoming Community Conversation on pain:

Wednesday, June 19
5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

The Radisson at Cross Keys
5100 Falls Rd.
Baltimore, MD 21210

Reservations are required. The session is complimentary and includes heavy hors d’oeuvres and free parking.

RSVP online

The millions of people in the United States who suffer from pain experience a broad range of significant discomfort, including low back pain, severe headaches or migraines, neck pain, facial and jaw pain, cancer-related pain, and localized or widespread bodily pain of unknown origin.

UMB has been an epicenter of robust chronic pain research for many years. In 2014, the University of Maryland Center to Advance Chronic Pain Research (CACPR) was established to build on the decades of multidisciplinary pain research and expand innovative collaborations across the University. Join us to learn more about CACPR’s work in improving pain care, as well as the groundbreaking research that is leading to new treatments and improved hope for the future.


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