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Early treatment of migraine shows improved efficacy

Early treatment of migraine proves much more beneficial than waiting for the onset of severe pain. Results presented to the American Headache Society were based on the use of Relpax to treat the migraine.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by Pfizer Inc

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About: Early treatment of migraine shows improved efficacy

Date: 11 June 2004

Source: Pfizer Inc

Author: Alison Lehanski


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