Some encouraging news for chemotherapy patients, there could be some relief coming from the pain.
Up to 40-percent of people who get the cancer treatment experience ongoing nerve pain--things like tingling sensations of pin pricks or pain in the hands and feet.
A new study found that an anti-depressant called Duloxetine can reduce that nerve pain.
Dr. Harold Goforth of Cleveland Clinic said, "It gives us hope that we can potentially better understanding this damage. It also helps us better tailor treatments in the future to better treat this and restore function in people in addition to curing their cancer."
Duloxetine has also been shown to help with diabetic nerve pain.
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