“Hemicránea” tries to capture the problems of living with an illness such as chronic migraines: invisible, but a disease which hampers those who suffer it. Personal, social and professional difficulties are not only affected by the sickness itself, which incapacitates and isolates the patients, but also by the invisibility and a systematic downplaying of its symptoms. From portrait to pseudoscientific […]
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