A new NGO has been set up in Israel to try and boost the care and medicines available for migraine sufferers. It was started by Faige Marks, a 29-year-old woman immigrant from the United States who today lives in Beit Shemesh. She is the founder My Chronic Brain, a foundation for headache and migraine sufferers in Israel. She told reporter Arieh O’sullivan that that between 12-15 percent of Israelis suffer from migraines and that it costs the economy over two billion shekels a year.