Consultant. Vol. 43 No. 2
When Are OTC Analgesics Appropriate for Acute Migraine?
By SEYMOUR DIAMOND, MD and RICHARD WENZEL, PharmD | February 1, 2003
Diamond Headache Clinic, Chicago
Dr Diamond is founder and director of the Diamond Headache Clinic and director of the Diamond Inpatient Headache Unit at St Joseph Hospital, both in Chicago. He is also adjunct professor of cellular and molecular pharmacology and clinical professor of family medicine at Finch University of Health Sciences/The Chicago Medical School in North Chicago. Dr Wenzel is a pharmacist at the Diamond Inpatient Headache Unit and adjunct professor at the University of Illinois--Chicago College of Pharmacy.
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