Inaccuracy in the article “Managing chronic pain: results from an open-label study using MC5-A Calmare® device in Support Care Cancer”

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Marineo, G. Inaccuracy in the article “Managing chronic pain: results from an open-label study using MC5-A Calmare® device in Support Care Cancer”. Support Care Cancer 19, 1483 (2011). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00520-011-1245-2

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  • Chronic Pain
  • Cancer Pain
  • Professional Training
  • Device Usage
  • Optimal Methodology