Good Guys: MKP's Patrick McMahon on Pain Management for Terminally Ill Children

Beurteaux, Danielle
January 2015
AR Magazine;1/5/2015, p7
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the each one counts (EOC) foundation, a charity founded by Brian Harrington to provide grants for alternative pain management therapies for terminally ill and chronically ill children. Topics covered include the challenge posed by pain management for children with terminal illnesses and the hospitals which have received grants from the foundation like the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. Also presented are the insights of founding board member Patrick McMahon on EOC.


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