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Botox cures young boy's migraines

13th October 2010

Botox treatment has helped a boy of 12 who suffered 20 blinding migraines a month which left him bed-bound in a darkened room.

Two months ago Sue Jacobs, 39, took her son Harvey to a private clinic after she read that the toxin was an approved migraine treatment that could provide relief. Now just weeks later Sue from Clacton-on-Sea in Essex, says her son is like a new boy. Harvey, who also suffers from mild cerebral palsy and epilepsy, was first struck down by migraines six years ago.

 

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Title: Botox cures young boy's migraines
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 16373
Date Added: 13th Oct 2010

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