The New York Times health section has a section called “Patient Voices.” There is a migraine section that has real people talking about their challenges with migraine. The people featured include a woman who is a mom to a child with migraines, a woman who talks about alternative solutions, and a man who’s family tree has seen migraine run through the generations. While we posted the site months ago, you may have missed it – if you’d like to see and hear it, go to www.nytimes.com/interactive/2009/12/15. On the right hand side of the page you’ll see a column called “Patient Voices.” Click on to the migraine heading.
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