Nonspecific oral medications versus anti-calcitonin gene related peptide monoclonal antibodies for migraine

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To summarize the pharmacology of the calcitonin peptide family of receptors and explore their relationship to migraine and current migraine therapies.

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No commercial support has been accepted related to the development or publication of this activity.

Debbie L. Hay has been a consultant or speaker for Lilly, Amgen, Teva, Intarcia, Merck Sharp & Dohme, and has received research funding from Living Cell Technologies in the past 3 years. This activity underwent peer review in line with standards of editorial integrity and publication ethics. Conflicts of interest have been identified and resolved in accordance with John Wiley and Sons, Inc.’s Policy on Activity Disclosure and Conflict of Interest.

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Link to content: Nonspecific oral medications versus anti–calcitonin gene‐related peptide monoclonal antibodies for migraine: A systematic review and meta‐analysis of randomized controlled trials - Robblee - 2024 - Headache: The Journal of Head and Face Pain - Wiley Online Library

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