Migraine - Management


Combination therapy and switching between CGRP antibodies: New frontiers in the management of refractory migraine?

According to recent guidelines, refractory migraine is defined by failure to respond to all the available preventive treatments and experiencing at least eight debilitating headache days per month for at least six consecutive months.1 In these cases, the combined use of preventive treatments is recommended.1 As part of the educational topical symposium on CGRP and migraine

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