Corrigendum| Volume 43, ISSUE 4, P791, April 2021

Corrigendum to “Eptinezumab for the Prevention of Episodic Migraine: Sustained Effect Through 1 Year of Treatment in the PROMISE-1 Study” [Clin Therapeut 42 (12) (2020) 2254–2265]

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      Short-term Headache Medication Use
      A total of 170 patients in the eptinezumab 100 mg group, 169 in the 300 mg group, and 162 in the placebo group reported taking ≥1 day of headache medication during the 28-day baseline period for the post hoc analysis. Among these, patients in the eptinezumab groups had greater decreases in headache medication use compared with placebo as early as weeks 1–4 after treatment and across 24 weeks of treatment.
      When stratified by baseline use (1–9 days vs ≥ 10 days per month), greater improvements were observed in the subgroup with the higher baseline use. At week 24, reductions in patients with baseline use of 1–9 days per month were −2.4, −2.7, and −1.6 days in the eptinezumab 100 mg, 300 mg, and placebo groups, respectively; reductions in patients with baseline use of ≥10 days per month were −4.0, −7.4, and −4.1 days, respectively.

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