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Interview with Chris Wells

SIP – European Pain Federation (EFIC), United Kingdom

In his interview, Dr Wells clarifies what needs to change at EU policy level. "We are concerned that there is very little mention of pain treatment as it relates to cancer care in Commission materials on the subject", he says. And also, "effective pain policies can positively impact the productivity and longevity of Europe’s labour force and delay early retirement", he proposes.

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