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More attention, funding needed for headache care

In case you missed it, the San Francisco Chronicle ran a story over the weekend on migraines - and researchers' ongoing search for a cause and universal treatment. Robert Cowan, MD, director of the Stanford Headache Clinic, was one of the people featured and told writer Stephanie M. Lee:

Headache care is 50 years behind things like diabetes and cancer... It just hasn't had the attention, hasn't had the funding, in order to get to the answers we need.

Previously: Director of Stanford Headache Clinic answers your questions on migraines and headache disorders and New Stanford headache clinic taking an interdisciplinary approach to brain pain

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