News in Brief: Quality of life ‘substantially worse’ in progressive vs relapse onset MS; Prognostic value of low arterial oxygenation saturation in acute stroke; Call for Medicare to review procedural specialist incomes

Impacts of MS HRQoL ‘substantially worse’ in progressive vs relapse onset Patients with progressive onset MS (PROMS) report experiencing ‘substantially worse’ physical and and psychosocial impacts of their condition compared to patients diagnosed with relapse onset MS (ROMS), an Australian review has highlighted. The findings from a sample of more than 1,570 participants in the ...

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