S3E17: The Constant Juggling Act of Life with Chronic Migraine Disease- Part Two 

Continuing our conversation with warrior, Jenny McPherson. Jenny has lived with chronic migraine disease for over forty years. During that time, she has spent tens of thousands of dollars even with insurance to treat her disease including Botox, many different medications, treatments, and even migraine surgery. Jenny spends her days juggling life as a contracts professional working for an aerospace company and mother while managing the before, during, or after of a migraine attack. Tune in to Part Two as Jenny discusses a treatment decision which she later regretted, balancing her life with chronic migraine disease including her mental health and why she decided to get involved in advocating for chronic migraine disease. To learn about  Alliance for Headache Disorders Advocacy, go to https://allianceforheadacheadvocacy.org/ and to learn about brain donation, go to https://hbtrc.mclean.harvard.edu/

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