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A Nation in Pain-Judy Foreman on Scott Cluthe's P I Radio

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Scott Cluthe interviews veteran journalist & author Judy Foreman about her new book, A Nation in Pain. 

Ms. Foreman says of her new book: " In this book, I argue that lack of adequate pain control is one of the most urgent health problems in America. In my research over the last five years, I have interviewed nearly 200 scientists and physicians, as well as countless patients, a few lawyers and a handful of government officials... I have found that there is an appalling mismatch between what people in pain need and what doctors know. "

Judy Foreman is a nationally syndicated medical journalist with 40 years experience 

Ms. Foreman won a Knight Science Journalism Fellowship at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1989-1990.

She has also appeared on WBUR, the NPR affiliate in Boston, and has been the host of a weekly, call-in webcast on health issuesShe has won more than 50 journalism awards

She was a Lecturer on Medicine at Harvard Medical School and a consultant/patient advocate at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center from 2001 to 2004.

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