Two-pronged approach relieves refractory CPPS pain

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San Antonio--A combination of physical and psychological therapy for chronic pelvic pain syndrome (CPPS, or chronic nonbacterial prostatitis) can provide relief for many patients who have pain refractory to conventional treatments, according to researchers from Stanford (CA) University.

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