Sheila Borgman

    Sheila Borgman is a senior editor for an epidemiology database. During her 25-year career as a medical writer, she's written extensively about chronic pain from a clinical perspective, but in the past two years she's gained personal insight into what it means to be a Chronic Pain Warrior. It's been a long (and ongoing) journey toward regaining her mobility, but she remains hopeful.
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