Hope for headaches and migraines
New medicines and new treatments
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900,000 Norwegians are affected by headaches and migraines. 150,000 of these are severely disturbed. Today we know more about headaches, and there are both new medicines and new treatments. At the Literature House on September 23, you will hear experts talk about new knowledge that can explain several of the "weird symptoms" many patients experience. We now also have new knowledge about treatment and prevention, both with and without medication. In addition, an interdisciplinary headache clinic has recently been opened at Oslo University Hospital, which looks at the patients' complaints comprehensively, and draws in several professional groups to provide good help. All of this will help you stay updated on what's happening in the headache area.
The initiators are experts on the topics. You will hear doctor and senior researcher Bendik Winsvold , professor Christofer Lundqvist , and neurologist and senior physician Anne Hege Aamodt . The audience can ask questions to the initiators.
See the full program for the event on the Brain's Facebook page
The meeting is part of the Research Days 2019. It is arranged with support from Teva Norway, Novartis Norway and Allergan.