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Few things are harder for a parent than watching your child in pain. You want to take it from them, but you cannot. You want to comfort them and to help find them answers, but that’s not always possible.

Parents of children in chronic pain live with this challenge daily.

Estimates suggest that anywhere between 5 and 38% of children live with chronic pain. It not only affects their quality of life and that of their parents, it also increases the likelihood of this becoming a lifelong issue. More than 70% of children and adolescents who live with chronic pain struggle with it as adults.


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