A rare mutation has been identified causes one family to have unusually low sensitivity to pain. The researchers hope the findings could be used to identify new treatments for chronic pain. They studied an Italian family, the Marsilis, which includes six people who have a distinctive pain response that has not been identified in any other people.
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