Clinical trials of medications and other treatments for Migraines, headaches, and other conditions are conducted for a variety of reasons. They gather data to determine if medications and other treatments are effective, if they're safe, what potential side effects they may have.
Clinical trials also sometimes study particular symptoms, the effects of Migraine and other conditions on the body and various organs, and many other things.
Participating in clinical trials can be one way to help add to the body of medical knowledge and evidence and to try medications and treatments not yet available. If you'd like to know more about clinical trials, what they are, and how they're run, see The Basics of Clinical Trials.
To help you find information more quickly, we maintain a list of clinical trials that are currently enrolling participants for various trials related to Migraine and other headache disorders. For more information about any of these trials, see Current Migraine and Headache Clinical Trials. This listing is updated monthly.© The HealthCentral Network, 2010
Last updated August 28, 2010
Published On: August 28, 2010