The Longitudinal Outcome of Fibromyalgia: A Study of 1555 Patients. Although we found no average clinically meaningful improvement in symptom severity overall, 25% had at least moderate improvement of pain over time. Brian Walitt. Journal of Rheumatology. July 15, 2011. (Also see: Fibromyalgia)
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The Longitudinal Outcome of Fibromyalgia: A Study of 1555 Patients.
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