Botox improves mood and cognition as well as headache in people with chronic migraine

Onabotulinumtoxin A treatment for chronic migraine improves anxiety, depression and cognitive function as well as reducing headache and migraine frequency, a West Australian study has shown. Neurologists led by Dr Susan Ho at the St John of God Mt Lawley Hospital, Perth, conducted a study in 60 patients with chronic migraine to investigate whether the ...

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