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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.
Bombardier CH, Ehde DM, Wadhwani R, et al. "Telephone-based Exercise Promotion For Major Depression In People With MS." International Journal of MS Care. 2008;10(S1):6.
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Cook KF, Bamer AM, Molton IR, et al. "Symptoms that predict participation in people with multiple sclerosis." International Journal of MS Care. 2010;12(S1):6.
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.
Bombardier CH, Boag-Whitley T, Cunniffe M, et al. "Substance Abuse Among Persons with Multiple Sclerosis." International Journal of MS Care. 2001;3(2):40.
Cui J Y, Kraft GH, Bowen JD, McSweeney PA, Georges GE, Nash RA. "Stem Cell Transplantation in Multiple Sclerosis." Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine. 2002;25(3):235.
Kraft GH, McMullen KA. "Somatosensory evoked potentials aid in distinguishing primary progressive multiple sclerosis from relapsing forms." Multiple Sclerosis. 2010;16(S10):S271.
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.

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