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The AMDA Pain CPG: A Different Kind of Trustworthy Clinical Guideline

      Formal Clinical Practice Guidelines (CPGs) and informal clinical guidelines are ubiquitous, with a recent PubMed search (October 19, 2021) for “clinical practice guidelines” returning over 103,000 citations.
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