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UPDATED: 14th European Headache Federation Congress

Due to the latest developments regarding the COVID-19 outbreak this event has been updated to a virtual congress.

New and exciting times are dawning, with a slew of new therapies underway: CGRP antibodies for migraine prophylaxis, lasmiditan as an alternative to triptans for acute therapy, atogepant, ubrogepant, possibly PACAP antibodies and more. That is why “Head over Ache: Silver Lining Novel Treatments” is the motto of the 14th European Headache Federation Congress.

Physicians, psychologists, cost bearers, politicians, and those working in health care, must make sure that the new as well as the old treatments reach the right patients in the optimal way. Therefore doctors and scientists from Europe and abroad, but also EHF partners DMKG, DGS, EFIC, EMA, IHS and LTB are invited to take part in this event. 

Explore the future of headache treatment in the capital of Germany and visit the official website of the event for the programme and other information.

Location: Maritim Hotel Berlin, Stauffenbergstraße 26, 10785 Berlin, Germany

Due to the latest developments regarding the COVID-19 outbreak this event has been updated to a virtual congress.
New and exciting times are dawning, with a slew of new therapies underway: CGRP antibodies for migraine prophylaxis, lasmiditan as an alternative to triptans for acute therapy, atogepant, ubrogepant, possibly PACAP antibodies and more. That is why “Head over Ache: Silver Lining Novel Treatments” is the motto of the 14th European Headache Federation Congress.
Physicians, psychologists, cost bearers, politicians, and those working in health care, must make sure that the new as well as the old treatments reach the right patients in the optimal way. Therefore doctors and scientists from Europe and abroad, but also EHF partners DMKG, DGS, EFIC, EMA, IHS and LTB are invited to take part in this event. 
Explore the future of headache treatment in the capital of Germany and visit the official website of the event for the programme and other information.

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