Reaffirming that every poke counts! Higher repeated pain exposure in early life linked with greater short- and long-lasting alteration of the nociceptive system

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Campbell-Yeo, M.L. Reaffirming that every poke counts! Higher repeated pain exposure in early life linked with greater short- and long-lasting alteration of the nociceptive system. Pediatr Res (2019) doi:10.1038/s41390-019-0565-7

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