Migraine: Questions and Answers
This second edition will set a new standard for publications in this important therapeutic area. Following on the Award-Winning first edition, the author has completely revised and updated the entire text and illustratiions to include the most recent information available. Aimed at doctors and other clinicians, plus patients with some knowledge of the subject, the publication covers a wide range of major concerns.
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