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AJOVY - The Latest Drug in Migraine Prevention for Adults
September 24, 2018

AJOVY - The Latest CGRP is FDA Approved

AJOVY is available now for migraine prevention in adults.

Ajovy, the second new generation of the CGRP antibody was FDA approved on September 14th and the medical migraine world is buzzing!

The first CGRP antibody approved was called Aimovig, you can read more about that here - New Drug For Migraine Aimovig

The new CGRP should be available now in the USA. And the best news is that it can be administered at home or at a doctor’s office.

The prefilled syringe dose can be administered by you at home. Imagine that... not waiting 2 hours for the doctor!

It is the first, and only anti-CGRP treatment available to patients with either quarterly (675 mg) or monthly (225 mg) dosing options.

And for a limited time, some insured migraine patients may receive full insurance coverage and receive the medication for free.

Ok, maybe that's the best part!

I’m going to be talking to someone from Teva soon, so submit any questions you have so I can ask them.

Just reply to this email with your questions. I’ll get back to you as soon as I can with their answers.

Here's an extra spotlight...

The Spotlight On Migraine Causes

What Causes Migraines?


Migraine Causes: How To Tell Them From Triggers


Causes and Symptoms of Migraine: How To Endure Attacks


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