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Helping People with Multiple Sclerosis Effectively Manage Fatigue
A group of researchers from Dalhousie University, Case Western Reserve University, and Queens University recently received almost $4.9 million US from the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Unit (PCORI) to compare effectiveness of face to face, online and teleconference based adaptations of a non-pharmacological program to reduce fatigue and improve quality of life. Full article by Michele Carlton
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