Is New Migraine Medicine on the Horizon?

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A new class of migraine drugs in late-stage development comes as scientists believe they may finally have unlocked some key biological mysteries about the debilitating condition. WSJ’s Jonathan Rockoff joins Shelby Holliday to discuss. Photo: Corbis

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  1. As I have stated before. I am 89 and have stopped my migraines for 60 years by using a simple FREE biofeedback, finger warming exercise. I can see why drug companies keep pushing their new and old products. If you want to know more, go to Facebook page Sidney Weiskirch Click Sid , Watch the video. I think it will also help my wife with Alzheimer's. My address is there. If you want to know how to do the migraine exercise, write to me. I'll mail you a complete FREE set of directions. It's also on sidneyweiskirch.wordpress.com

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