Managing Psychiatric Comorbidities in Migraine Patients Part 2

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Treating patients with migraines and psychiatric comorbidities can require a delicate balancing act of medications and other forms of therapy.

Treating patients with migraines and psychiatric comorbidities can require a delicate balancing act of medications and other forms of therapy.

Mia T. Minen, MD, from the NYU Langone Medical Center discussed the current treatment options and what the future of treatment could hold.

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