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We are at the threshold of an explosion in the understanding, diagnosis, and treatment of migraine, and with the help of MRF, more answers will soon be found.
— Dr. Stephen Silberstein, MRF Medical Advisory Board






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The Migraine Research Foundation is dedicated to ending the debilitating pain of migraine. We fund innovative research to further the understanding of the causes and mechanisms of migraine, to develop improved treatments for sufferers, and to find the cure.

Among the programs we fund are:
– annual research grants
– a special award to encourage young investigators to enter the field of migraine research
For Our Children initiatives to combat childhood migraine.

All our operating costs are underwritten–so every dollar raised goes directly to migraine research.

Be part of the solution: Invest in the cure.

 

2011 Request for Proposals Now Open

MRF is now accepting applications for 2011 research grants. Researchers are invited to submit proposals until October 17, 2011. Click here to learn more.





Deficient in Magnesium?

Thedailiygleaner.canadaeast.com, August 5, 2011

A recent survey of Canadians revealed there may be more of a substantial gap between how we hope we eat and reality. Busy schedules combined with convenient packaged foods sometimes leaves a lot to be desired, and these gaps may be catching up with us. Read more.



Headache Research Comes of Age

Standard.net, August 3, 2011

A 13-year-old patient once came to Dr. Robert Cowan with an unusual request: She wanted to go to an amusement park and she needed him to talk her mother into it. The mother assumed Cowan, a neurologist treating the girl for severe migraines, would take her side. Read more.


Refractory Migraine in a Headache Clinic Population
Biomedcentral.com, August 1, 2011

Many migraineurs who seek care in headache clinics are refractory to treatment, despite advances in headache therapies. Epidemiology is poorly characterized, because diagnostic criteria for refractory migraine were not available until recently. Read more.




To read more about migraine in the news, click here.


Migraine misconceptions: Our president responds. Click here


Help for Kids with Migraine
MRF'snewly expanded list of Children's Headache Centers is now available.Click here.


Looking for a headache specialist near you?
MRF's updated list of doctors now includes patient age information.
Click here


MRF
still has entries for the 2011 ING NYC Marathon! Click here.




Read about our completed research projects.
Our researchers are hard at work on the projects you help fund.



Meet Our Researchers
. Read about the scientists on the front line of migraine research.


MRF
's volunteers have been working hard to support research. Click here to read more about their efforts.




 

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