About This Study

Migraine is a disease that causes disabling headaches. The standard treatment of migraine often involves both preventive (medications that work to prevent migraines) and acute (medications that treat migraines after they start) treatments.

Baptist Health Center for Clinical research is conducting a study to determine if the study drug is effective as treatment of an ongoing (active), or acute, headache. The study drug is given in a single dose via infusion at our clinic.

The study will last approximately 4 to 12 weeks and consist of 3 visits to our clinic. Those who qualify may receive compensation up to $725. Health insurance is not required to participate in this study, and all study-related care will be provided at no cost  to qualified participants.

Qualifications

  • Be between the ages of 18 - 75 years old
  • Suffer from migraines
  • *Please note, other conditions may apply.