Cluster Headache

Arnold Neuralgia/Recurrent occipital pain cause

Recurrent, troublesome occipital pain associated with muscular tension is known as Arnold’s neuralgia, a strange condition. The condition of peripheral nerves can produce the pain of varying intensity as a reflex mechanism, depending on the degree of damage being considered. Some anatomical locations are often associated with these syndromes, with the exception of the occipital

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Cluster headache: Galcanezumab

Cluster headache: Galcanezumab Prevention of episodic cluster headache: Primary endpoint achieved in Phase 3 study 16/05/2018 Eli Lilly and Company announced that Galcanezumab met with the primary endpoint in a Phase 3 trial of episodic cluster headache patients, the statistically significant differences in reducing headache attacks. In weekly clusters compared to placebo during the weeks

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Cluster Headache Awareness Day 2018 ( CHAD )

CHAD organised together with the EMHA Cluster Headache Special Interest Group [CHSIG], which will be held on March 21st in Paris. The draft programme is attached. The theme for this year will be “ Shaping a painless future for Cluster Headache”. During the event different important topics regarding CH will be discussed such as personal

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Making Visible The Invisible On Headache Pain

On the 24 of January 2018, from 10.00 to 12:00, will be celebrated inside the European Parliament (Room ASP A3F383) a meeting focused on: “Making Visible The Invisible On Headache Pain: Sharing Successful Experiences Across Europe”.    Register here for the 24 of January 2018.   The initiative is promoted by Active Citizenship Network in partnership with the European Headache Alliance (EMHA), and it will

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Cluster Headaches

Cluster Headaches, often called ‘suicide headaches‘, around 130,000 people in the UK suffer from the debilitating condition, cluster headaches. They are excruciating attacks of pain on one side of the head. The pain can be so bad that sufferers sometimes harm themselves to distract themselves from the pain. Now, a new study has been launched

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