5 Sep 2018

Dr Elspeth Hutton: The burden of the 'suicide' headache

Dr Elspeth Hutton, Research Fellow
Department of Neuroscience
They’re called suicide headaches because the pain is frequent and unbearable.

Commonly known as cluster headaches, they can occur up to eight times a day. They start suddenly, last for up to three hours, and can be very painful. A bout of regular attacks, known as a cluster bout, can last weeks to months.

Dr. Elspeth Hutton is featured in Monash University's Lens, discussing suicide headaches and the research trials recruiting for people with cluster headaches.

Read the full article here: https://lens.monash.edu/2018/09/04/1359017/the-burden-of-the-suicide-headache

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