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Migraine in America 2014

What is the impact of migraine in America? The Migraine in America 2014 study was conducted in the summer of 2014 to learn more about migraine sufferers’ symptoms and triggers, other health conditions, quality of life, physician engagement, as well as awareness and experience with current treatments on the market.

Respondents were recruited from the community. 8,359 individuals started the study and 5,726 qualified individuals completed the study.

Data analysis used a p<0.05 for determining statistical significance; denoted by “significantly” throughout the findings.

Respondents mainly came from all across the United States, and were primarily female (95%) middle age, similar to the profiles of migraine sufferers across the U.S.

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