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Chronic Migraine: Study to Look at Long-Term Use of OnabotulinumtoxinA
A recently completed Phase III trial – called PREEMPT – established the efficacy and safety of onabotulinumtoxinA (marketed by Allergan under the brand name Botox®) in treating chronic migraine. Following those results, a new long-term trial is currently underway to analyze some of the clinical questions raised but not answered in PREEMPT.
Study results show that mood, whether positive or negative, may impact the discomfort associated with rheumatoid arthritis.
Patients with idiopathic generalized epilepsies (IGE) can also have focal seizure symptoms. A team of Australian researchers has added some findings that indicate which patients are more likely to have both types of seizures
Psychedelic drugs can reduce negative psychological effects and suicidal thinking, planning, or attempts, according to John Hopkins Medicine researchers.
Merely being told that a treatment has analgesic effects may be all that a patient needs in order to experience pain relief, a new study suggested.
The rapid growth of autism diagnoses in the United States is mostly due to changes in diagnosis patterns, rather than a rapid increase in prevalence, according to a new study.
From working in the wilderness to waiting at the finish line of some of the most extreme races around the country doctors are going as far from the medical offices as their patients do in order to provide the best level of service possible.

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