With the current opioid crisis in the US, finding new non-addictive painkillers and other relief methods is key. An experimental, non-opioid drug known as EMA401 is showing promise, and now researchers at Washington University in St Louis have found that it works by targeting a different part of the body, outside of the nervous system.
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