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Fred Cohen, MD, offers insight on his study exploring the utility of combined Botox with anti-CGRP preventives for patients with chronic migraine.
In this Peer Exchange, sleep experts provide insight into the latest narcolepsy treatments and areas that require further research.
In part 2 of this interview, the associate director of the Center for the Aging Brain at Montefiore Medical Center anticipates life with telemedicine after the pandemic and describes the at-home advantage it gives clinicians.
Preliminary findings from a retrospective sample series in the Bronx, New York. 
In part 1 of this interview, the associate director of the Center for the Aging Brain at Montefiore Medical Center discussed how she adapted quickly to optimizing telemedicine for elderly patients with Alzheimer disease and cognitive decline.
The internal medicine resident physician at Montefiore Health System offers insight into the combined use of CGRP medications and Botox to optimize migraine prevention in patients who have inadequate response with Botox alone. 
Further studies are needed to confirm the additional reductions in monthly headache days observed in patients with migraine who were treated with onabotulinumtoxinA and an add-on CGRP agent.
The PROMISE-2 clinical trial data suggest that the recently approved, IV-administered eptinezumab (Vyepti; Lundbeck) is effective in both 100- and 300-mg doses for patients with chronic migraine.
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