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Pain-relief patch. Woman wearing a pain-relief patch on her shoulder. The adhesive patch releases a measured dose of analgesic drug through the skin into the painful area. It can be used to treat pain for up to eight hours in joints and muscles in the back, neck, arms and legs. The patch removes the need for a sufferer to take oral pills which have a whole-body effect.
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