Central Pain Syndrome: Awareness Brings Hope for the Future

By Patti, Central Pain Syndrome, Cavernous Malformations, United States, December 17, 2018

Central Pain Syndrome: Awareness Brings Hope for the Future

Since 2010 I live with a rare, excruciatingly painful and poorly understood neurological pain condition known as central pain syndrome, CPS. 
CPS is caused from damage to the central nervous system, a pain which makes the simplest, most basic tasks and activities unimaginably painful, limiting and often undoable. There is no effective treatment and no cure.

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