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New treatments could transform the way migraine headaches are treated

An estimated 1 billion people worldwide suffer from migraine headaches, which can cause nausea, severe pain and sensitivity to light and sound. But despite the high incidence of the disorder, patients who have frequent headache and who typically take two medications—one for prevention and one for acute onset—often have to try several different medications before finding something that is effective. Read More

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