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Migraines | Stealing Tomorrow
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STEALING TOMORROW

There’s something out there.
And it’s stealing everything that’s precious to your patients. PLAY
Nearly a third of migraine patients report regular nausea and vomiting with their headaches,1,2 which can interfere with the effectiveness of oral treatments.2 This may cause them to miss out on work, social lives and precious moments with their families.2 There are other options that do not rely on gastro-intestinal absorption.
DON'T LET A MIGRAINE STEAL THEIR TOMORROW.

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1.Silberstein SD. Headache 1995; 35(7): 387–96. 2.Gladstone JP and Dodick DW. Practical Neurology 2004; 4: 6–19.