Chronic pain: Mindfulness can have major impact on condition says therapist
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In response to the shortages the British Generic Manufacturers Association (BGMA) has said there is a “real risk” pharmacies and the NHS could face shortages this summer.

However, while current medicines may soon be in short supply, there could be hope in the form of a new medicine with natural origins.

Trials are underway to establish whether medicinal cannabis could be used to treat chronic pain.

Experts describe the medicine as a “game changer”, one that treats patients, stops them from becoming addicted to opioids, and saves the NHS money.



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