Publications

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2005
Johnson KL, Fraser RT. "Mitigating the impact of multiple sclerosis on employment." Physical medicine and rehabilitation clinics of North America. 2005;16(2):571-82, x-xi.
2004
Clemmons DC, Fraser RT, Rosenbaum G, Getter A, Johnson E. "An abbreviated neuropsychological battery in multiple sclerosis vocational rehabilitation: findings and implications." Rehabilitation Psychology. 2004;49(2):100-105.
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.
Fraser RT, Vandergoot D, Thomas D, Wagner CC. "Employment outcomes research in vocational rehabilitation: implications for rehabilitation counselor (RC) training." Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation. 2004;20(2):135-142.
Fraser RT, Clemmons DC, Koepnick D, Getter A, Johnson E, Gibbons LE. "Predictors of Vocational Outcome in MS Rehabilitation." International Journal of MS Care. 2004;6(2):56.
2003
Balcer LJ, Baier ML, Cohen JA, et al. "Contrast letter acuity as a visual component for the Multiple Sclerosis Functional Composite." Neurology. 2003;61(10):1367-73.
Nash RA, Dansey R, Storek J, et al. "Epstein-Barr virus-associated posttransplantation lymphoproliferative disorder after high-dose immunosuppressive therapy and autologous CD34-selected hematopoietic stem cell transplantation for severe autoimmune diseases." Biology of Blood and Marrow Transplantation. 2003;9(9):583-91.
Fraser RT, McMahon B, Danczyk-Hawley CE. "Progression of disability benefits: A perspective on multiple sclerosis." Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation. 2003;19(3):173-179.

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