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Source: New York Times

Giving Migraine Treatments the Best Chance

Tuesday 11:47 GMT

Neurologists who specialize in migraine research and treatment (“there are not nearly enough of them, given how common the affliction is,” Dr. Charles said) now approach migraine as a brain-based disorder, with symptoms and signs that can start a day or more before the onset of head pain and persist for hours or days after the pain subsides.

They include monoclonal antibodies given by injection or through a vein, and so-called CGRP antagonists taken by mouth.


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