Response to Dr. Bernstein

PAIN Reports 5 (e814):1-1 (2020)

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Murat Aydede
University of British Columbia
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This is a Letter to Editor responding to another Letter by Dr. LR Bernstein (PAIN Reports 5, 2020, e814) reacting to my previous article on the IASP definition of pain that appeared in PAIN Reports 4(2019)e777.
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