Scientific Director of Neuroscience at HMRI, Dr. Michael Harrington, was interviewed by Medscape regarding his recent migraine study presentation at the virtual annual meeting of the American Headache Society. The breakthrough data suggests that the choroid plexuses, a special brain structure that produces spinal fluid, is the primary source of an increased molecule in people suffering from migraines. While more research is needed, these results shed light on an area of focus and could lead to improved treatments long term.
Title: Choroid Plexuses May Play a Role in Migraine
Author: Jim Kling
Date: August 24, 2020