Time to onset of efficacy with targeted preventative migraine therapy

At EAN 2022, Cristina Tassorelli, Professor of Neurology, University of Pavia, Italy, discussed how in general, newer, migraine-specific drugs for symptom prevention are effective at reducing number of headache days within 1 or 2 weeks following initiation, or even sooner in some patients. This fast onset means a more rapid improvement in a patient’s quality of life. In patients where their prescribed medication takes a number of months until there is a preventative effect, the chance that they remain adherent is decreased.

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