Here’s Ruth Graham in The Boston Globe with a thought about pain that will ring true for any of the millions who suffer with it: “Pain, it appears, is distributed with a kind of inequality distinct from the other inequalities in American health care — one with its own contours, its own logic, and its own disturbing history. And because chronic pain, in particular, often lacks a discrete location in the body, it leaves both diagnosis and treatment almost completely up to a doctor’s own judgment, which brings in a range of subtle prejudices that psychologists and other scholars are only beginning to understand.” No, I Don’t Feel Your Pain.