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AcelRx Pharmaceuticals hopes to change pain relief in medical settings

SAN FRANCISCO — Before she started AcelRx Pharmaceuticals, before she conducted basic research around pain transmission at UCSF and before she was a medical director at the UCSF’s Pain Management Center, Dr. Pamela Palmer had an epiphany. While on an internship at defense contractor Hughes Aircraft, the electrical engineering major realized that many of the projects were designed to kill people.
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