The concept of migraine as a genetic disorder is still a relatively new idea in medical science. The science has now largely settled, since the discovery of the TRESK gene in 2010, that all migraine has a genetic basis.
Much of the research into the genetic basis of migraine has been led by Queensland University of Technology researcher Lyn Griffiths. In this video, she talks to the Australian Academy of Science about migraine and genetics.
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