Poor treatment may increase incidence of migraine, study finds

06/30/2013 | HealthDay News

People with episodic migraines who received poor or very poor treatment had a higher risk of developing chronic migraines than those who got superior treatment, researchers reported at the International Headache Congress. About 8% of patients who received very poor treatment developed chronic migraines within a year, compared with 2.5% of patients who received the best treatment.

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