Drug Combo Better for Migraine Treatment

Elliott, William T.
May 2007
Travel Medicine Advisor;May2007, Vol. 17 Issue 5, p2
The article provides information on a study that revealed that naprosyn plus sumatriptan is better than either drug alone for the treatment of acute migraine. The results of the study indicates that sumatriptan plus naproxen was superior to placebo in all measures and was superior to either drug alone in sustained pain-free response.


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