London: Botox, the popular anti-wrinkle jab, is unlikely to offer much benefit in the treatment of chronic migraine, say experts. The injection has been licensed in the UK and US as a preventative treatment for chronic cases. However, a review of evidence by the Drug and Therapeutics Bulletin said it could not "see a place" for giving Botox to migraine sufferers. Migraine Action said patients should still be given the option of having Botox as some had seen improvements.
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