New York congresswoman Carolyn Maloney announces that she will take part in the opening of a New York City migraine center. Maloney will be joined by Manhattan borough president Scott Stringer and city councilwoman Jessica Lappin.
Here's the press release announcing the opening ceremony:
FEDERAL AND STATE OFFICIALS TO OPEN NATIONAL MIGRAINE CENTER IN NEW YORK CITYOVER 28 MILLION AMERICAN'S SUFFER FROM MIGRAINES TO GET RELIEF (New York NY)
United States Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney, Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer and City Councilwoman Jessica Lappin will join local doctors for the opening of Nation's first 24 hour Migraine Surgical Center. The New York Migraine Center ribbon cutting ceremony will take place on Tuesday May 28 at 2pm at 1111 Park Avenue-Corner of 90th Street in Manhattan, NY.Over 28 million Americans suffer from migraine headaches. Local residents with severe migraine conditions will testify at the news conference. Women are nearly 3 times more likely to have migraines than men. Migraines are most often seen in adults 25 to 55 years old. About 50% of migraine sufferers go undiagnosed. New York City based physicians will discuss a new cure tested at the world renowned Cleveland Clinic that have found success in the removal of most severe migraine conditions. Congresswoman Maloney is on the Global Health Caucus.