Cancer Pain

Cancer pain, much like any other type of pain, is transmitted by your nervous system. You can think of it as a natural warning system, directed by your nerve endings when they detect something is wrong. The pain you experience is directed through an intricate array of pathways that lead straight to the brain, signaling it to trigger pain.

According to cancer pain statistics published in the Journal of the Moffit Cancer Center, around 30% to 50% cancer patients experience varying levels of pain during treatment and around 70% to 90% cancer patients who develop the last stages of cancer experience pain throughout.


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