J&J's Topamax could also be used to treat migraines

02/25/2004 | Reuters

A drug already considered effective in treating epilepsy, alcoholism and weight loss may also be effective in treating many migraine headaches, according to a recent study. Johnson & Johnson's Topamax was found to reduce the number of days migraine sufferers have debilitating headaches and also reduce their reliance on aspirin and other painkillers.

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