Digital Exhibit Hall – Sponsors

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Speak Your Migraine

#SpeakYourMigraine is a global initiative by Amgen and Novartis to raise awareness of the total impact of migraine. The campaign aims to drive towards a better understanding of the broader impact this disease has at work, at home, among friends… and everywhere (find out more: www.speakyourmigraine.com).

Amgen is one of the world’s leading biotechnology companies and Novartis has nearly 70 years of experience in neuroscience, and both are committed to leading the charge together to fight the public misconceptions, stereotypes and the burden of migraine. We hope this will allow Amgen and Novartis to make a positive impact on patients’ lives and be an ally for the migraine community.

Teva

Teva believes in our relationships with patient organizations. We work to develop a deeper understanding of patient needs, and integrate that insight throughout our organization. In this way, we create transparent partnerships that are central to our work of supporting patients and their caregivers.

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Do you have migraines and headaches more days than not? It may be Chronic Migraine.

Chronic Migraine is a distinct condition of 15 or more headache days a month, each lasting 4 hours or more. BOTOX® is the #1 prescribed branded Chronic Migraine treatment*. BOTOX® prevents on average 8 to 9 migraine and headache days a month (vs 6 to 7 for placebo).

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Lilly

Eli Lilly and Company is proud to sponsor the World Migraine Summit. To learn more about our approved product, click here.

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MigraineAgain.com

At MigraineAgain.com you’ll find an authentic wellness community of migraine and headache warriors who walk in your shoes every day. Discover not just how to survive, but how to thrive in your life, love and work despite frequent and chronic pain. It’s a supportive and empowering environment where people can find wellness solutions and coping strategies to get control of this disabling disease.

Founded by a lifelong migraine warrior and patient advocate, Paula K. Dumas, nearly all of our team members and contributors are people with migraine or their family members.

We’re proud to be a purpose-driven company that puts people above profits. Our leaders work with non-profits, government, industry and the media to demand better treatments, access to care, disease awareness and research for people with migraine and chronic pain.

Migraine Buddy

Healint creates user-centric technologies, striving towards innovation of intuitive solutions to enable patients, healthcare professionals and corporate clients interconnect and achieve better health outcomes in their management of invisible pain.

Healint’s technology makes a difference by empowering patients, doctors and researchers alike.Developed, owned and operated by Healint, Migraine Buddy has over 1.6 million downloads and is the #1 migraine app according to both patients and doctors. Designed with neurologists, Migraine Buddy is an advanced migraine headache diary and tracking app.

Axon Optics

“Attacks went from literally every day of the week to at worse once to twice per month.”

Over 90% of migraine sufferers report light sensitivity, and many say light is a trigger for them. Axon Optics is the original developer & online retailer of therapeutic eyewear for migraine. Our precision-tint technology blocks potentially painful wavelengths of light while letting the good light in. They’re non-invasive and users report a reduction in headache impact by 24% and light sensitivity impact by 38%.

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Migraine.com

There’s more to migraine than migraine. As anyone living with this condition can tell you, it’s more than head pain or even other physical symptoms and treatment options. It’s also about managing relationships, work, social events, and dealing with others who might not realize the daily struggles that come with migraine.

Migraine.com is an online community for people with migraine, created by people with migraine. Because we understand migraine is more than “just a headache.”

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