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Migraine - Management

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A preference for gepants: Limitations of current first- and second-line acute treatments for migraine

Treatments for migraine have previously been limited to non specific medicines, such as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), analgesics or the use of migraine-specific triptans.1 While some of these treatments are currently the recommended first- and second-line choices for migraine,2 they have some prominent limitations, highlighting the need for alternative tr

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