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AI Could Help Patients with Chronic Pain Avoid Opioids

August 12, 2022


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5-15 mins
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A new study suggests that cognitive behavioral therapy supported by artificial intelligence could be an effective alternative to opioids for those with chronic pain. John Piette, a U-M School of Public Health professor, explores chronic pain and its link to the opioid crisis. The faculty expert also highlights key findings from the study and shares why he and other physicians are excited about the results.

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