Eric Currie, a former Seattle Pain Center patient, Friday, September 16, in Seattle. Until the center closed down, Currie was able to obtain medication to help with the pain from scarring and nerve damage after multiple surgeries and chemotherapy to treat a rare type of cancer.
Eric Currie, a former Seattle Pain Center patient, Friday, September 16, in Seattle. Until the center closed down, Currie was able to obtain medication to help with the pain from scarring and nerve damage after multiple surgeries and chemotherapy to treat a rare type of cancer. Johnny Andrews The Seattle Times
Eric Currie, a former Seattle Pain Center patient, Friday, September 16, in Seattle. Until the center closed down, Currie was able to obtain medication to help with the pain from scarring and nerve damage after multiple surgeries and chemotherapy to treat a rare type of cancer. Johnny Andrews The Seattle Times

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