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Teva, Lilly and Amgen join battle for new $8bn migraine prevention market

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Executive Summary

New biologicals targeting the CGRP pathway could prove to be the biggest thing to hit the migraine market since the triptans in the 1990s, mid-stage data presented at the recent American Headache Society meeting in Washington suggest.

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