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Kelly Clarke’s Advocacy Story

Kelly Clarke’s advocacy story is written and told by Kelly Clarke and edited by the Miles for Migraine team.  Miles for Migraine’s Advocacy Stories highlights the many different ways that health advocacy shows up as individuals advocate for themselves and others. This project is not limited to migraine and other headache disorders, nor is it limited…

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Heidi Brehm’s Advocacy Story

Heidi Brehm’s advocacy story is written and told by Heidi Brehm and edited by Miles for Migraine team.  Miles for Migraine’s Advocacy Stories highlights the many different ways that health advocacy shows up as individuals advocate for themselves and others. This project is not limited to migraine and other headache disorders, nor is it limited to…

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Volunteer Spotlight on Sheri Rhoades

How did you get involved with Miles for Migraine? My journey of becoming an advocate for Miles for Migraine started a little over a year ago, I wanted to be with people that understood my disease. I also wanted to be able to tell my story about the information that I have learned to help…

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Miriam Edelstein’s Advocacy Story

Miriam Edelstein’s advocacy story is written and told by Miriam Edelstein and edited by Miles for Migraine team.  Miles for Migraine’s Advocacy Stories highlights the many different ways that health advocacy shows up as individuals advocate for themselves and others. This project is not limited to migraine and other headache disorders, nor is it limited to…

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Deborah Turk’s Advocacy Story

Deborah Turk’s advocacy story is written and told by Deb Turk and edited by Miles for Migraine team.  Miles for Migraine’s Advocacy Stories highlights the many different ways that health advocacy shows up as individuals advocate for themselves and others. This project is not limited to migraine and other headache disorders, nor is it limited to…

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Tara U. (Amgen) Migraine Story

Tara U. is employed by @AmgenBiotech, a sponsor of Miles For Migraine. However, Tara did not receive additional compensation for participating in this activity. Tara U. (Amgen) Migraine Story “I remember my first migraine headache vividly. I was about 7 years old when my family was touring NYC. This would have been in the early…

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Ashley Hattle’s Advocacy Win

Ashley Hattle’s advocacy win is written and told by Ashley Hattle and edited by Miles for Migraine team.  Miles for Migraine’s Advocacy Stories highlights the many different ways that health advocacy shows up as individuals advocate for themselves and others. This project is not limited to migraine and other headache disorders, nor is it limited to…

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Alicia Wolf: Reclaiming My Life, One Recipe At A Time

Alicia Wolf’s advocacy story is written and told by Alicia Wolf and edited by Miles for Migraine team.  Miles for Migraine’s Advocacy Stories highlights the many different ways that health advocacy shows up as individuals advocate for themselves and others. This project is not limited to migraine and other headache disorders, nor is it limited to…

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Volunteer Spotlight on Diane Fox

How did you get involved with Miles for Migraine? I saw the flyer for the Philadelphia Miles for Migraine race on the desk of my headache specialist. I was so excited that something like this existed for migraine disease. I went by myself to the race. It was a thrill to meet and talk to…

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Elizabeth Arant’s Advocacy Story

Elizabeth Arant’s advocacy story is written and told by Elizabeth Arant and edited by Miles for Migraine team.  Miles for Migraine’s Advocacy Stories highlights the many different ways that health advocacy shows up as individuals advocate for themselves and others. This project is not limited to migraine and other headache disorders, nor is it limited to…

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The Mind-Body Connection: Managing Migraine

The Mind-Body Connection: Managing Migraine Mindfulness Practices While some people may still consider the mind-body connection New Age theory, it’s emerged as a bonafide medical phenomenon with evidence-based science to support it. At the core of the mind-body connection, mindfulness has enjoyed a tremendous surge in popularity in the past decade, moving from a mostly…

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Jill Dehlin’s Advocacy Story

Jill Dehlin’s advocacy story is written and told by Jill Dehlin and edited by Miles for Migraine team.  Miles for Migraine’s Advocacy Stories highlights the many different ways that health advocacy shows up as individuals advocate for themselves and others. This project is not limited to migraine and other headache disorders, nor is it limited to…

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