How does Aimovig work to prevent migraine?
Medically reviewed by Judith Stewart, BPharm. Last updated on Feb 11, 2021.
Aimovig is a fully human monoclonal antibody and is the first in the class of calcitonin gene-related peptide (CGRP) receptor antagonists for migraine prevention.
Aimovig is given once-a-month by subcutaneous (under the skin) self-injections with an auto-injector pen or a single-dose prefilled syringe.
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