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As one of the most common and painful neurologic conditions, migraine affects approximately 12% of the US population. But too often, this disabling syndrome goes underreported and underdiagnosed, which can lead to a chronic syndrome if the condition is not managed adequately.

Neurologists at the John R. Graham Headache Center at Brigham and Women's Faulkner Hospital in Boston are pioneering novel approaches in the management of chronic migraine, which is now recognized as a genetic disease. Newer therapies and advanced genetic research in migraine could soon promise new strategies for all physicians who treat headache.

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