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"EFNA endorses the SIP initiative as there is a clear alignment between the policy…
"Since 2011, the European Pain Federation EFIC® has worked, together with European…
"Chronic pain affects a large proportion of the adult population in Europe. It is …
"People in chronic pain should not have to suffer in silence. Too often their plig…
"By improving the quality of life of people with chronic pain we would be also imp…
"People with chronic pain want a coordinated, holistic service, providing ongoing …
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