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One In Two Germans Want More OTC Migraine Medicines, BAH Survey Finds

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Just under 50% of Germans and 65% of German migraine sufferers would like to see more migraine medicines available OTC, according to a survey commissioned by the German Association of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers (BAH).

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