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Individualizing Patient Care for Migraine Prevention



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How can we personalize care for our adult patients with migraine? Two experts are here to share their perspectives.

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    Migraine is a highly prevalent, chronic neurologic disease characterized by attacks of moderate to severe throbbing headaches that are often unilateral in location, worsened by physical activity, and associated with photophobia, phonophobia, nausea, vomiting, and cutaneous allodynia.1,2 And while migraine can be managed with acute treatment, preventive treatment, or both, optimizing treatment for individual patients remains challenging.1 So how can we implement a more patient-centric approach to diagnosing and treating adult patients with migraine? Joining Dr. Charles Turck in this discussion are Drs. Jessica Ailani and Timothy Smith.



    1. Ailani J, et al. Headache. 2021;61:1021-1039.
    1. Marmura MJ, et al. Headache. 2015;55:3-20.


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Schedule1 Oct 2023