People living with HIV experiencing chronic pain feel “much” better overall since beginning an innovative, pain self-management treatment called STOMP

People living with HIV (PLWH) who were experiencing moderate chronic pain in a pilot trial study reported feeling “much” better overall since beginning an innovative, pain self-management treatment called Skills TO Manage Pain (STOMP). The STOMP Intervention was found to be feasible, acceptable, and with preliminary efficacy for a full-scale trial. (M. Johnson, CAPS/PRC)

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