Overcoming Pain

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The Role of Brain Networks in Fatigue

Fatigue is a significant health care issue; it affects 20–40% of the general population, and can have an impact on quality of life. Unfortunately, it is difficult to treat something that is not understood: structural abnormalities in brain networks related to features of attention, the sensory salience network, the orienting network, and the executive control network. Read More

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Mark Borigini, M.D., is a board-certified rheumatologist who has devoted his career to treating illnesses that cause chronic pain and disability.


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