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ByJennifer L. Boen for The News-SentinelEmily Blake, 16, a junior at Norwell High School, will travel to New Jersey in March to undergo several weeks of an unconventional treatment for pain called scrambler therapy. Diagnosed in 2010 with complex regional pain syndrome, or CRPS, after a seemingly mild foot injury, Blake describes her pain as feeling like she's "wrapped in barbed wire." By Jennifer L. Boen for The News-SentinelOnce a competitive swimmer and diver, Emily Blake, 16, who has complex regional pain syndrome, now finds card games with her grandmother, Sherry Blake, left, and her mother, Beth Blake, all from Fort Wayne, more the norm these days. She hopes she can find relief from the progressively worsening pain through a non-invasive treatment called scrambler therapy. It essentially reboots the brain to change pain signals to no-pain signals. Emily was referred by her doctor to CalmareTherapy NJ USA in Rutherford, N.J., for the treatments. More Information To help Emily Blake, 16, of Fort Wayne has a chronic, worsening condition called complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS). She has been referred by her doctor at Riley Hospital for Children to a New Jersey clinic for a treatment called Calmare scrambler therapy. The treatment is not available locally and is not covered by the familys health insurance.
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conservative conference rescinded its invitation to provocative commentator Milo Yiannopoulos and a publisher canceled his book deal on Monday after old internet videos of him recirculated in which he discusses pedophilia. Yiannopoulos, in a Facebook video post, denied he ever condoned pedophilia and said one video of him was edited to give a misleading impression. Yiannopoulos, a Briton who is celebrated by some arch conservatives, was banned from Twitter last year after making highly controversial statements. He has infuriated liberals with provocative comments on race, religion and sex and appears to delight in his ability to offend. The chairman of the American Conservative Union, which sponsors the annual Conservative Political Action Conference, or CPAC, said on Sunday the group rescinded an invitation to this year's Wednesday-Saturday event "due to the revelation of an offensive video in the past 24 hours condoning pedophilia." "We realize that Mr. Yiannopoulos has responded on Facebook, but it is insufficient," Matt Schlapp, chairman of the union, said in the Twitter post. CPAC is a high-profile annual gathering of conservative activists. President Donald Trump is among the scheduled speakers this year along with Vice President Mike Pence, White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus and senior Trump adviser Stephen Bannon. Yiannopoulos is also an editor for the right-wing Breitbart News, which Bannon once headed. Earlier this month, the University of California canceled Yiannopoulos' speaking engagement on the Berkeley campus when violent protests against his appearance broke out.