A year before, Larimore of Lee's Summit had gone to the emergency room with what he thought was a broken left leg. Within hours, he was diagnosed with cancer: It was in his lungs. The cancer treatment meant that repairing Larimore's broken leg had to be delayed, leaving him in constant pain. As it became unbearable, Larimore's oncologist recommended he see Rosenberg, founder and director of the Center for the Relief of Pain, a service of the Midwest Neuroscience Institute at Research Medical Center.

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