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The Emerging Role of CGRP Inhibitors in the Prevention and Treatment of Migraine

The Emerging Role of CGRP Inhibitors in the Prevention and Treatment of Migraine

The emergence of four monoclonal antibodies or therapies targeting calcitonin gene-related peptide (CGRP) has transformed the treatment of migraine. This presentation reviews the discovery of this drug class, analyzes data from clinical trials, discusses future therapies in the class, and highlights clinical pearls to help attendees better understand these therapies and integrate them into clinical practice.
Bridging the Gap in the Diagnosis and Management of Postmenopausal Osteoporosis

Bridging the Gap in the Diagnosis and Management of Postmenopausal Osteoporosis

New guidelines that incorporate all the available treatment options for postmenopausal osteoporosis have been recently published, however, diagnosis and treatment gaps may persist, as questions remain about the risk assessment, diagnostic interpretation, as well as therapy selection, monitoring, and appropriate switching or tapering off.
Keep an Eye Out: Diagnosis and Management of Dry Eye Disease

Keep an Eye Out: Diagnosis and Management of Dry Eye Disease | myCME

Dry eye disease management is challenging due to its complex pathogenesis and heterogenous clinical presentation. Clinicians should review the 2019 American Academy of Ophthalmology recommendations for the management of dry eye, which stratify patients by disease severity and suggest a stepwise approach to treatment. Additionally, an understanding of the agents available including their MOA, and efficacy/safety data is needed in order to treat dry eye according to etiology and not just severity.
Approaching the Contemplative Patient with Alcohol Use Disorder

Approaching the Contemplative Patient with Alcohol Use Disorder | myCME

Alcohol use disorder (AUD) is a significant public health issue in the United States, responsible for 88,000 deaths and costs of $223.5 billion annually. Despite the gravity of this disorder, many with AUD do not think their drinking is a serious problem. Addiction experts discuss messages that resonate with individuals who do not see their drinking as a problem, the myth of needing to “hit bottom” before seeking treatment, and strategies for managing patients with AUD.
Breast Implant Illness: What’s the Evidence?

Breast Implant Illness: What’s the Evidence? | myCME

In the past few years, clinicians have reported on a phenomenon known as breast implant illness (BII), a wide variety of systemic symptoms—including fatigue, brain fog, joint pain, headache, hair loss, anxiety, and depression—that they believe are related to their breast implants.

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