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Novel Therapy for Acute Migraine Shows Promise in Phase 3 Clinical Trial

(BRONX, NY)—A drug belonging to a new generation of acute migraine headache treatments was found to eliminate pain and reduce bothersome symptoms for people with migraine in a large-scale trial reported in the July 11 issue of The New England Journal of Medicine. The drug, rimegepant, is awaiting U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval and may… Read More »

Significance and Prevalence of Headache in Multiple Sclerosis – Clinical Pain Advisor

Migraine is at least 3 times more common in patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) than in the normal population, the significance of which is not well understood. Recent studies have indicated a preponderance of headache complaints in patients with MS that could be due to multiple etiologies. The majority of headaches reported in studies were… Read More »

Providers begin using AI to improve clinical decision making

Healthcare organizations across the country are beginning to cash in on early efforts in artificial intelligence and data visualization. First reports on initial efforts to use these advanced technologies show tantalizing potential. At Massachusetts General Hospital researchers have developed an AI algorithm to rapidly diagnose and classify brain hemorrhages from unenhanced computed tomography scans, detecting… Read More »

Medical News Today: New drug kills antibiotic-resistant bacteria in clinical trial

Antibiotic resistance is a major obstacle that modern medicine is currently grappling with. It has created crisis situations around the world, and researchers are trying to find solutions. One clinical trial is now breaking the superbug barrier. A new antibiotic has proved its worth in the fight against drug-resistant bacteria. Bacteria can cause a range… Read More »