STATISTIC AND INFORMATION SOURCES FOR PAIN IN THE WORKPLACE
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- “Broad Experience with Pain Sparks a Search for Relief.” ABS News/USA Today/Stanford Medical Center Poll. 2005
- Cowan, Penney. “Pain in the Workplace.” American Chronic Pain Association, March 2011.
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