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Enhancing Medication-Based Analgesia in Humans

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Enhancing Medication-based Analgesia in Humans

This research is being done to evaluate whether combining medications that are FDA approved but have not yet been approved for combination treatment, can be an effective way to reduce pain.

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Drug - Within-subject test of blinded study medications

This is a double-blind within-subject Phase II trial. As such, study medications must remain blinded. Participants may receive a dose of medication from one or more of the following categories: prescription stimulants, prescription benzodiazepines, prescription opioids, prescription cannabinoids, over-the-counter medications, or placebo (sugar pill). This study will use a within-subject design, and all participants will serve as their own control. Study medication administration will be randomiz ...read more on ClinicalTrials.org

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Enhancing Medication-based Analgesia in Humans

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NCT02901275

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yb873a