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New painkillers can be developed with support of woman who don’t feel pain

Updated: 30 March 2019

Osteoarthritis is a painful operation. However, some woman like Jo Cameron, a Scottish woman with 71 years of age felt no pain following the operation. She hardly experienced pain in her entire life. It was observed that this lack of pain was due to a mutation of an unidentified gene.

Cameron has lowest anxiety, optimist and never panic in severe situations. It has been believed by researchers that there must be more individuals like Cameron who have the similar mutation. Two notable mutations, FAAH and FAAH-OUT were found in Cameron’s genetic makeup.

In spite of giving painkiller medications, moderate to severe pain have been felt by 50% patients post surgery. The findings could support in discovery of a novel painkiller which can be given to patients for pain relief post surgery. This could help millions of patients who undergo surgery and feels pain.