A new study of an Italian family that doesn’t feel pain pinpointed the genetic cause, which could lead to better painkillers for everyone, researchers say.
A new study of an Italian family that doesn’t feel pain pinpointed the genetic cause, which could lead to better painkillers for everyone, researchers say. Michael Probst AP file
A new study of an Italian family that doesn’t feel pain pinpointed the genetic cause, which could lead to better painkillers for everyone, researchers say. Michael Probst AP file

This family can’t feel pain. Pinpointing why could improve painkillers for everyone, study says

December 15, 2017 06:13 PM

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