1. Scientists decode pain-free life of 71-year-old woman - Xinhua | English.news.cn  Xinhua
  2. Scientists Discovered A Gene Mutation That Made A Woman Feel No Pain Or Anxiety Her Entire Life  Bustle
  3. At 71, she’s never felt pain or anxiety. Now scientists know why: A mutation  Economic Times
  4. Meet Jo Cameron, 71-year-old British woman who has never felt pain  WION
  5. Woman who feels no pain could help scientists develop new painkillers  KCCI Des Moines
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Scientists decode pain-free life of 71-year-old woman - Xinhua | English.news.cn

Scientists hope a woman who can't feel pain will be the clue to helping better manage other people's pain.Scientists hope a woman who can't feel pain will be the clue to helping better manage other people's pain.

Meet the 71-year-old woman who doesn’t feel pain and doesn’t get anxious - National | Globalnews.ca

Researchers discovered a new genetic mutation that made a Scottish woman feel no pain her whole life, TIME reports. According to a case study published in the British Journal of Anaesthesia, Joanne Cameron, 71, has experienced cuts, burns, broken…Researchers discovered a new genetic mutation that made a Scottish woman feel no pain her whole life, TIME reports. According to a case study published in the British Journal of Anaesthesia, Joanne Cameron, 71, has experienced cuts, burns, broken…

A Gene Mutation Caused A Woman To Not Feel Pain Or Anxiety Her Entire Life, Researchers Say

Scientists discover a mutation in a previously unidentified gene in a Scottish woman. They hope to leverage this to make a new painkiller.Scientists discover a mutation in a previously unidentified gene in a Scottish woman. They hope to leverage this to make a new painkiller.

jo cameron: At 71, she’s never felt pain or anxiety. Now scientists know why: A mutation - The Economic Times

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Nivetha Thomas on Twitter: "Young girls grow into strong women and their strength is beautiful. Passion,self respect,pain and the spirit of life makes them who they are. And This, is Mithra. #Mithra is in me, and a piece of her is in all of you too! Proud to portray her in this story #Brochevarevarura 😊… https://t.co/HmpxercA58"

“Even though one in ten American women suffer from endometriosis, which can be extremely painful and lead to infertility, too often this disease doesn’t receive adequate attention and funding.”

Tammy Duckworth on Twitter: "Even though one in ten American women suffer from endometriosis, which can be extremely painful and lead to infertility, too often this disease doesn’t receive adequate attention and funding."

“Doesn't feel pain or fear... This woman better hide before scientists use her to create a new breed of super soldiers! https://t.co/4wUVAYphDG”

Eddie Eyre on Twitter: "Doesn't feel pain or fear... This woman better hide before scientists use her to create a new breed of super soldiers! https://t.co/4wUVAYphDG"

“If you read this week about a Scottish woman with a genetic mutation that gives her superhuman pain tolerance and wound healing and thought, "Crispr me up some of that!" this story's for you: https://t.co/jlxUzU21tF”

Megan Molteni on Twitter: "If you read this week about a Scottish woman with a genetic mutation that gives her superhuman pain tolerance and wound healing and thought, "Crispr me up some of that!" this story's for you: https://t.co/jlxUzU21tF"

Even imagine what would it be like if you were to never feel any pain? For 71-year-old Jo Cameron, it has been nothing but reality.  Britain's Cameron vouches of the fact that she has never felt pain and realises her skin is burning only when she smells the singed flesh. At the crux of Jo's unreal condition is a genetic mutation so rare that it makes her the second person in the world to have it, news agency Reuters reported citing British media. Even imagine what would it be like if you were to never feel any pain? For 71-year-old Jo Cameron, it has been nothing but reality.  Britain's Cameron vouches of the fact that she has never felt pain and realises her skin is burning only when she smells the singed flesh. At the crux of Jo's unreal condition is a genetic mutation so rare that it makes her the second person in the world to have it, news agency Reuters reported citing British media. 

Meet Jo Cameron, 71-year-old British woman who has never felt pain  | wionews.com

Scientists have discovered a woman who feels virtually no pain and may have enhanced wound healing abilities.Scientists have discovered a woman who feels virtually no pain and may have enhanced wound healing abilities.

Scottish woman with gene mutation feels no pain

Jo Cameron, a 71-year-old Scottish woman, has never needed to take painkillers after seeing the dentist and can eat spicy Scotch bonnet chilis without any discomfort.Jo Cameron, a 71-year-old Scottish woman, has never needed to take painkillers after seeing the dentist and can eat spicy Scotch bonnet chilis without any discomfort.

Woman who feels no pain could help scientists develop new painkillers

Jo Cameron was diagnosed in her 60s, after doctors were surprised she didn’t need painkillers after a serious surgeryJo Cameron was diagnosed in her 60s, after doctors were surprised she didn’t need painkillers after a serious surgery

Woman, 71, Feels No Pain or Anxiety Because of Genetic Mutation | PEOPLE.com

A 71-year-old Scottish woman may offer a wondrous path to the reduction or elimination of pain in humans because of one astonishing fact: she has never experienced physical pain.A 71-year-old Scottish woman may offer a wondrous path to the reduction or elimination of pain in humans because of one astonishing fact: she has never experienced physical pain.

Elderly Scottish Woman May Hold Key To One Of Life's Greatest Tests | Daily Wire

New research is shedding light on the genetic reasons why Jo Cameron doesn't feel painNew research is shedding light on the genetic reasons why Jo Cameron doesn't feel pain

Woman feels no pain due to rare gene mutation, researchers say - CBS News