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Welcome to the Headache Center   English
Abstract: This handout gives guidelines for how to best use the Headache Center resources during and between clinic visits. Included are information to have handy when calling, how to get medicine refills and handle medicine changes, what to do for pain flares, how to fill out disability forms, and when to call the doctor.
Author: Headache Center
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2010
UWMC Dept: Headache Center
Revised Date: 10/2010
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