(By Jon Hamilton for NPR)
People who experience frequent migraines may soon have access to a new class of drugs.
In a pair of large studies, two drugs that tweak brain circuits involved in migraine each showed they could reduce the frequency of attacks without causing side effects, researchers report in the New England Journal of Medicine. Continue reading article here…
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