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Nash RA, Kraft GH, Bowen JD, et al. "Treatment of Severe Multiple Sclerosis (MS) with High Dose Immunosuppressive Therapy (HDIT) and Autologous Stem Cell Transplantation (SCT)." Multiple Sclerosis. 2000;6(6):414.
Bamer AM, McMullen KA, Amtmann D. "Symptom profiles in MS: Comparing symptoms and quality of life indicators of a large sample of individuals with MS to population norms." Quality of life research. 2012;20(Suppl 1):8.
Amtmann D, Johnson KL, Kuehn CM, Hinton K, Ehde DM, Kraft GH. "Subgroups of individuals living with multiple sclerosis: Implications for intervention." International Journal of MS Care. 2005;7(2):48.
Bamer AM, Amtmann D, Cook KF, Johnson KL. "Sleep problems in multiple sclerosis: Conflicting results from two patient-reported outcome measures." International Journal of MS Care. 2011;13(S3):76.
Bamer AM, Johnson KL, Kraft GH, Amtmann D. "Sleep problems in multiple sclerosis: assessing prevalence and the association with depression." Multiple Sclerosis. 2007;13(S2):S122.
Cook KF, Bamer AM, Amtmann D, Molton IR, Jensen MP. "Six patient-reported outcome measurement information system short form measures have negligible age- or diagnosis-related differential item functioning in individuals with disabilities." Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 2012;93(7):1289-91.
Kraft GH, Bowen JD, Sullivan KM, et al. "Severe Multiple Sclerosis (MS) May Be Controlled with High Dose Immunosuppressive Therapy (HDIT) and Autologous Stem Cell Transplantation (SCT)." International Journal of MS Care. 2001;3(2):24.
Kraft GH, Johnson KL, Yorkston KM, et al. "Setting the agenda for multiple sclerosis rehabilitation research." Multiple Sclerosis. 2008;14(9):1292-7.

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