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Study: Phase II drugs may help prevent migraine attacks

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Two studies presented at the American Academy of Neurology’s 66th Annual Meeting, 2014, may offer hope to people with migraines. The two phase II drugs (ALD403 and LY2951742) significantly reduced the number of migraine days per month. Read more.

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