Harry J. Gould, III, MD, PhD Pain occurs in both acute and chronic forms. In its acute form, pain is a modality that is essential for survival and is the signal that most frequently brings people to the attention of the healthcare professional. Many cases of simple acute pain are readily treated without difficulty by […] Read More
The CGRP Monoclonal Antibodies for Migraine Are a Prime Example Lawrence Robbins, M.D. This letter is in response to an excellent July, 2020 article “Migraine and CGRP Monoclonal Antibodies: A Review of Cardiovascular Side Effects and Safety Profile” (Boldig and Butala) in the International Journal of Neurology and Neurotherapy. (1) There are a plethora of […] Read More
A year ago, the United States was in the midst of understanding and dealing with the complexities of the “Opioid Epidemic”, what until then had been considered the greatest healthcare crisis in U.S. history. Although improvements in some aspects of the crisis were starting to be realized as a result of the development of best evidence-based practice guidelines and the implementation […] Read More
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