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Hope for chronic pain sufferers as scientists discover new pain-sensing organ in the skin

WorldNews Friday, 16 August 2019
Hope for chronic pain sufferers as scientists discover new pain-sensing organ in the skinScientists have discovered a new pain organ in the skin. The cells form a network that senses painful stimuli such as pricks and impact. 1 Researchers at Karolinska Institutet in Sweden say the organ is...
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Swedish scientists have discovered a new organ under the skin that helps process certain kinds of pain.

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