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PhysicalTherapy...Because of the lack of clarity over the years about whether or not people with dementia felt as much pain as those who did not have a cognitive disorder, other researchers have been looking at the concept. Ruth Defrin, PhD, of University of Tel Aviv calls learning about the pain levels of those who cannot speak for themselves “an imperative ethical goal.

Read full article on HealthCentral about how much more needs to be done to help people who live with both pain and cognitive disorders:

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