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Here is the listing of this issue's contents.
Lael Stone, MD, Editor-in-Chief
Said Masri, MD; Andreas Blodau, MD; Norbert Zessack, PhD; Michael Lang, MD
Response to Mitoxantrone for Secondary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis in African Americans Compared with Whites
Linda Moore, EdD, MSN, APRN, MSCN; Michael Kaufman, MD; Jill Conway, MD
Anthony A. Gaspari, MD; Colleen Harris, MN, NP
Preventive Screening in People with Multiple Sclerosis
Megan Weigel Barrett, DNP, ARNP, MSCN; Beverly Roberts, PhD, FAAN, FGSA
Best Practices in Skin Care for the Multiple Sclerosis Patient Receiving Injectable Therapies
Lynn McEwan, NP, MScN, MSCN; Janet Brown, RN, MSCN; Josée Poirier, BSc, MSCN; Janene Spring, RN, BScN, MSCN; Judith Brouillette, RN, BSc, MScN, MSCN; Kathleen Carr, RN, MSCN; Christine Guérette, RN, BSc, MBA, MSCN; Colleen Harris, MN, NP, MSCN; Donna Howard, RN, BScN, MSCN; Diane Lowden, NMSc(A), MSCN; Nicolee Richard, BScN, MSCN
Health-Related Quality of Life Among Young Adults with Multiple Sclerosis
Robert J. Buchanan, PhD; Chunfeng Huang, PhD; Michael Kaufman, MD
A Novel Application of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Psychosocial Problems Associated with Multiple Sclerosis
Sean C. Sheppard, MA; John P. Forsyth, PhD; Edward J. Hickling, PsyD; JeanMarie Bianchi, BA
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Friday, December 10, 2010
Lipoatrophy, Mitoxantrone for Secondary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis, and more - from International Journal of MS Care - Winter Issue
Thursday, December 9, 2010
Wednesday, December 8, 2010
Eating purple coloured fruit such as blueberries could help ward off Alzheimer’s, Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson’s because it soaks up harmful iron compounds, new research suggests.
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