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Up North Chronic pain leads to national science fair bronze for Sudbury teen May 22, 2015 | 5:49Sudbury teen Mia Pandolfo invented an APP for her phone to help track and diagnose her own chronic pain. And now it's earned her national praise And she just picked up a Bro
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