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Botox 'no benefit' for migraine sufferers

10th February 2011

Experts have suggested that there is limited evidence that botox is a benefit to migraine sufferers.

While botox is licensed in the UK and America as a preventive treatment for chronic cases, an expert review has played down its value. The a review of evidence by the Drug and Therapeutics Bulletin said it could not "see a place" for giving botox to migraine sufferers although the UK charity Migraine Action has argued some sufferers do see improvements from the job which costs about £276.


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Article Information

Title: Botox 'no benefit' for migraine sufferers
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 17515
Date Added: 10th Feb 2011


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