Understanding and Managing Pain in Diverse Populations

Excerpts From Reviewers

"The publication of Culture, Brain, and Analgesia is a watershed moment in medical history. Never before has so much significant, high-quality, and universally relevant material on the topic been gathered in a single place."
Armando Favazza, MD, MPH,
Emeritus Professor of Psychiatry,
University of Missouri-Columbia

"The book has no competition. It will become the publication on cultural influences that all future work in pain medicine must cite.”

“Tthe proper goal for this book is maximum impact. This book can be what sports journalists call a “game-changer.”

" The impact of its distinguished editors and contributors in effect puts an entire profession on notice (and gives them the tools to understand) that the complex relations among pain,culture, and medical practices deserve and require urgent attention."


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