CGRP Inhibitors: A Promising New Class of Drugs for Migraine

November 14, 2018

This fall, The American Journal of Managed Care® convened a panel of experts on migraine to discuss calcitonin gene-related peptide (CGRP) inhibitors, an emerging therapy for the condition, which affects 39 million people in the United States.

In May, the FDA approved erenumab, the first calcitonin gene-related peptide (CGRP) inhibitor for the prevention of migraine in adults. Since then, 2 other CGRP inhibitors have gained approval, providing a new class of drugs for those who suffer from migraine.

This fall, The American Journal of Managed Care® convened a panel of experts on migraine to discuss the emerging therapy for the condition, which affects 39 million people in the United States.