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I can I put my arm on something and then you realize it's burning when I can smell fresh burning seventy one year old Joe Cameron does not feel pain no reaction issue you cut yourself a burn yourself once maybe twice thank you avoid that because your brain says don't do that my brain just a stranger to me that she's not super human instead she has an extremely rare genetic mutation this groundbreaking finding revealed Thursday in the British journal of Anastasia finally provide scientific evidence for what has always made Cameron different numbers going to chop a second thinking , take anything because they tell me it's gonna be awful , Cameron also has an exceptionally low sense of fear or anxiety according to researchers who say she's one of only two people in the world known to have this previously identified genetic mutation even eating hot chili peppers leaves Cameron unfazed compared to the normal human reaction all , you know it doesn't I didn't feel any pain from that stupid , eight researchers say their findings may eventually lead to new treatments for chronic pain something Cameron it will never feel