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SAMURAI: Lasmiditan Reduces Pain in Acute Migraine

05:54 EDT 20 Jun 2017 | Medscape

Patients with acute migraine taking the novel 5HT-1F agonist lasmiditan were more likely to have freedom from pain 2 hours later than those taking placebo, results of a phase 3 trial show.
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