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Special interest Groups have been developed by the International Association for the Study of Pain as a consequence of developments in pain research and patient care. As the knowledge base expands, it becomes more and more important for clinicians and researchers with specific interests to have a forum to discuss highly specific issues in depth. A Special Interest Group (SIG) provides participating members with an opportunity to carry on intensive, multidisciplinary, in-depth discussion in certain areas of interest.
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