Solving pain problems with genetic clues

      The patient needed analgesia. He had a below-the-knee amputation on his left leg, cervical degeneration, and neuropathic pain. But when his pharmacist tried to figure out the source of hallucinations during methadone therapy, it was pharmacogenetics that proved the missing link.
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