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A new migraine drug could be nearing approval; gunshot victims face long-term risks

A new migraine drug could be nearing approval; gunshot victims face long-term risks

Update: 2019-12-06
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More phase 3 ubrogepant data published as FDA decision nears

By Jake Remaly

An acute treatment for migraine shows positive results in a phase 3 trial.

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A new migraine drug could be nearing approval; gunshot victims face long-term risks

A new migraine drug could be nearing approval; gunshot victims face long-term risks

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