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Standards for research on chronic low back pain proposed

Standardized research methods are needed to make greater progress toward reducing the high burden and costs of chronic low back pain (cLBP), according to a Task Force report. Chronic low back pain one of the most important and costly of all public health conditions affecting the U.S. is a major cause of pain and disability, with high costs for health care and the economy at large.
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