The FDA approved a new migraine drug on Thursday. Aimovig, known generically as erenumab, is the first drug shown to stop migraine headaches before they start. The drug would be approved for patients who have tried other drugs and found no relief. In studies, it did not entirely prevent migraines,...
According to Business Insider, "The FDA just approved a new preventative migraine treatment. The drug, Aimovig, is the first of a new class of medications that's going after the huge migraine market... Source: Wochit -
FDA Approves Drug to Prevent Migraines Aimovig was approved on Thursday, become the first medicine of its kind — a once a month injection used to block a key molecule that starts migraines. In.. Source: Wibbitz Top Stories -
More than 400 people say they've had problems filling EpiPen prescriptions. They've either had to wait for weeks, or have been unable to obtain the pens at all. Mylan distributes and is the rights.. Source: Wochit News -