After returning from ASPN in Miami, Dr. Rosenblum investigates the literature on magnets for painful disorders.Next stop NYSIPP!
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Arabloo J, Hamouzadeh P, Eftekharizadeh F, et al. Health technology assessment of magnet therapy for relieving pain. Med J Islam Repub Iran. 2017;31:31. Published 2017 Jun 11. doi:10.18869/mjiri.31.31
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