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Healey KM, Pavletic S, Al-Omaishi J, et al. "Discordant functional and inflammatory parameters in multiple sclerosis patients after autologous haematopoietic stem cell transplantation." Multiple Sclerosis. 2004;10(3):284-9.
Askew RL, Kim J, Chung H, Cook KF, Johnson KL, Amtmann D. "Development of a crosswalk for pain interference measured by the BPI and PROMIS pain interference short form." Qual Life Res. 2013;22(10):2769-76.
Askew RL, Kim J, Chung H, Cook KF, Johnson KL, Amtmann D. "Development of a crosswalk for pain interference measured by the BPI and PROMIS pain interference short form." Qual Life Res. 2013;22(10):2769-76.
Chen W-H, Revicki D, Amtmann D, Jensen MP, Keefe FJ, Cella D. "Development and Analysis of PROMIS Pain Intensity Scale." Quality of life research. 2012;20(Suppl 1):18.
Yorkston KM, Baylor CR, Deitz JC, et al. "Developing a scale of communicative participation: a cognitive interviewing study." Disability and Rehabilitation. 2008;30(6):425-33.
Kuehn CM, Johnson KL, Yorkston KM, Klasner ER, Amtmann D. "Delaying Disability in Multiple Sclerosis: Patient Perspectives on Disease Modifying Therapy." International Journal of MS Care. 2003.
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Johnson KL, Amtmann D, Cook KF, et al. "Course of depressive symptoms over time in multiple sclerosis." Multiple Sclerosis. 2010;16(S10):S220.
Johnson KL, Yorkston KM, Klasner ER, Kuehn CM, Johnson EK, Amtmann D. "The cost and benefits of employment: a qualitative study of experiences of persons with multiple sclerosis." Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 2004;85(2):201-9.

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