The highly regarded journalist Charles Osgood, author of the long-running Osgood File, reported on a new clinical trial at Mayo Clinic featuring a woman who battled cancer with chemotherapy. Unfortunately, the treatment left her with a severe chronic pain condition called chemotherapy induced peripheral neuropathy (chronic pain) or CIPN.
The patient, Karen, had pain that was so severe she could barely walk.
She heard about a new treatment for chronic pain called scrambler therapy being offered at the Mayo Clinic and signed up. Once cleared for the trial, Karen began daily Calmare treatments, which are pain-free and have no side effects.
During the interview with Osgood, Karen reported that Calmare started working after the very first treatment. After four treatments, the pain she had endured for more than a decade was gone.
More than a year after her treatment, she continues to be pain-free.