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Migraine - Research


CGRP therapies: What do we know?

Elevated levels of calcitonin gene-related peptide (CGRP) have previously been found in the external jugular venous blood during migraine attacks.1 It is therefore speculated that CGRP may play a significant and causative role in their induction.1 Following these findings, CGRP‑blocking therapies have emerged as a potential preventive measure against migraine during the la

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