Amanda Greene lives with pain.
"If I don't have nerve pain, I might have joint pain. If I'm not having joint pain, I might have headaches," Greene said.
The unrelenting pain is a symptom of lupus, an autoimmune disease in which a patient's immune system attacks the body. Greene has tried acupuncture, massage and opioids, but realized she was allergic to the addictive pain medicine. Read more »