Hannah Dellabella

Hannah Dellabella

Hannah Dellabella is the Associate Digital Content Editor for The Clinical Advisor. She also writes independently, and her creative work has been published in various literary magazines. Hannah has a B.A. in creative writing and professional writing from Carnegie Mellon University.

Most Recent Articles by Hannah Dellabella

Galcanezumab Provides Persistent Preventive Effects in Episodic, Chronic Migraine

Galcanezumab Provides Persistent Preventive Effects in Episodic, Chronic Migraine

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Galcanezumab was found to provide a statistically significant and clinically meaningful persistent prophylactic effect in patients with episodic or chronic migraine.

Early Physical Therapy for Musculoskeletal Pain May Reduce Opioid Use

Early Physical Therapy for Musculoskeletal Pain May Reduce Opioid Use

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Starting physical therapy early after a musculoskeletal pain diagnosis may be associated with reductions in long-term opioid use and amount of opioid use.

A Case for Ministerial Recall of High-Strength Opioids in Canada

A Case for Ministerial Recall of High-Strength Opioids in Canada

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The Protecting Canadians from Unsafe Drugs Act passed into law in 2014 empowered the minister of health to recall a drug if they "believe that a therapeutic product presents a serious or imminent risk of injury to health."

Continuing Treatment With Galcanezumab Benefits Those Initially Unresponsive

Continuing Treatment With Galcanezumab Benefits Those Initially Unresponsive

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For patients with episodic or chronic migraine who are initially unresponsive to galcanezumab, continued treatment may be associated with improvement.

HIV Patients Misusing Opioids Have Poorer Health Outcomes

HIV Patients Misusing Opioids Have Poorer Health Outcomes

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Researchers found substantial room for improvement in the delivery of substance use and mental health counseling and treatment and HIV/STD prevention counseling.

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