Cluster Headache: One Man’s Journey Through Pain

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Key Questions
  • What is it like to experience cluster headaches?
  • Why are they called suicide headaches, and how do they isolate the patient?
  • How can the patient and support groups like OUCH educate physicians about cluster headaches?
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Scott Bruce

Advocate & Trustee
Organisation for the Understanding of Cluster Headache (OUCH), UK

Scott Bruce is an episodic sufferer of cluster headache. An expert in the field and a leading advocate, Scott is a trustee of OUCH, the Organisation for the Understanding of Cluster Headache, based in the United Kingdom. He has been a member since 2003 and joined the helpline team in 2007; in 2014 he accepted a position as a trustee, and coordinates many of the regional meetings. Through OUCH, Scott is aiming to raise public awareness about cluster headaches, a condition as prevalent as Parkinson’s disease and Multiple Sclerosis.

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