Karamo Lends His Voice to the Know Migraine Mission

Karamo Brown, Emmy-nominated host from Netflix's hit show “Queer Eye,” has teamed up with Amgen and Novartis on the Know Migraine Mission initiative to help challenge public misconceptions, start new conversations, and help make the world a more migraine-friendly place. As part of this partnership, Karamo is opening up about his own experience for the first time to help spread knowledge and acceptance. Through a number of virtual opportunities, including on KnowMigraineMission.com and social media, Karamo will meet with people living with this disease to answer questions, and address how to open up with others so that they can better understand what living with migraine is like, and how they might be able to support those in their lives who live with migraine.

Sponsored by Amgen and Novartis

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