Junkie science

Junkie science

If you have migraines, better find a good doctor. According to a GlaxoSmithKline-sponsored study, most patients diagnosed with migraines are prescribed narcotics and opioid analgesics –drugs that aren’t approved for migraine treatment– rather than triptans (such as GSK’s Imitrex)– which are.

Read more at PharmaLive.

March 10, 2006

One thought on “Junkie science”

  1. David,

    “Migraine” can be a squirrly diagnosis. Is it true migraine or cluster headache? I wonder how GSK defined the patient pool.



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