Diminishing Migraine-Related Stigma and Advocating for Your Health
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- What is the OVERCOME study?
- What were the key findings?
- What did the research uncover about why so few people take recommended medications?
- What are the reasons a person with migraine does not seek migraine care?
- What did the OVERCOME study reveal about the most common types of stigma experienced by migraine patients?
- What are the implications for people living with migraine that we may not realize?
- What are ways to address migraine-related stigma?
- How can people with migraine prepare for conversations with their healthcare providers to ensure they are accurately relaying the full impact the disease has on them?
- What is Think Talk Treat Migraine®? How does this Lilly-sponsored program encourage better conversations between patients and doctors?
- If you had to give people living with migraine one piece of advice, what would you suggest?
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Bert Vargas, MD
Associate Vice President, U.S. Medical Affairs-Neuroscience
Eli Lilly and Company
Bert Vargas, MD, is a neurologist and headache specialist who completed his undergraduate and medical school education at the University of Arizona. He then served for four years as a United States Air Force flight surgeon, after which he completed a residency in neurology at New York University. He returned to Arizona for his headache medicine fellowship at the Mayo Clinic in Arizona, where he remained for several years until moving his practice to Dallas and UT Southwestern.
He has also served on the board of directors of the American Headache Society, the Headache Cooperative of the Pacific, and the Southern Headache Society, and is a prior president of the Alliance for Headache Disorders Advocacy.
He is honored to have joined Lilly in January 2020 and is currently associate vice president of neuroscience, U.S. Medical Affairs and is based in Indianapolis.
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