Doc on Call: Pain Management Part 1

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Story Updated: Feb 4, 2013

Dr. Rainone discusses pain management and how to evaluate it.

For more on this topic, please visit the Lourdes Regional Cancer Center Docs on Call page.

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L T SAWABINI PHARMACIST said on Sunday, Jun 8 at 9:42 AM

PAIN MANAGEMENT IN THE VALLEY AND BINGHAMTOPM IS ONLY DONE IN BAJWA HOUS OF PAIN DR CORI PANE AND DR KHAN MD AND DR KAMMERAMAN ,,,, WHAT EVER OTHER DO THEY CANNOT DUPLICATE BAJWA EXPERTISES FORTHE LAST 30 YEARS , GOD BLESS THE BAJWA ANDTHE ANDUSKO,,,, WE SAID GOBYEE TO OURDES AL;THOUGHTHEY ARE CHRISTIAN people but do let them show the other side of tecrurric manners I tool hummas for ERIN DUFF , SHE THREW THE DISH AT ME AND DISCHARGES ,, I LET YOU CONCLUDE WHAT A P A CAN IS ONLY HALF MD ,, OH GOOD YUCK YUCK

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