Pain Management for Cancer and Chronic Pain: Information vs. Accusation

USC Adolescent, Young Adult Cancer Program
6/28/22, 7:00 PM
America/Pacific Time UTC -8:00 / -7:00

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Speaker: Faye Weinstein, Ph.D, Director, USC Pain Management Psychology, Department of Anesthesiology & Psychiatry, Keck School of Medicine

Topics: Why There is Pain Even After You Have Received Cancer Treatment? Where is the Pain? How Labeling or Disbelief About Chronic Pain Doesn’t Help? What Can Help?

This event is hosted by USC Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer Program (AYA@USC). FREE to all to attend. For more information, contact shuli@usc.edu or visit aya.usc.edu.

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Why There is Pain Even After You Have Received Cancer Treatment? Where is the Pain? How Labeling or Disbelief About Chronic Pain Doesn’t Help? What Can Help?

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Faye Weinstein

 

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Pain Management for Cancer and Chronic Pain: Information vs. Accusation