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Friedly J, Akuthota V, Amtmann D, Patrick D. "Why disability and rehabilitation specialists should lead the way in patient-reported outcomes." Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 2014;95(8):1419-22.
Wundes A, Pebdani RN, Amtmann D. "What do healthcare providers advise women with multiple sclerosis regarding pregnancy?" Mult Scler Int. 2014;2014:819216.
Victorson D, Manly J, Wallner-Allen K, et al. "Using the NIH Toolbox in special populations: considerations for assessment of pediatric, geriatric, culturally diverse, non-English-speaking, and disabled individuals." Neurology. 2013;80(11 Suppl 3):S13-9.
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.
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, Boag-Whitley T, Cunniffe M, et al. "Substance Abuse Among Persons with Multiple Sclerosis." International Journal of MS Care. 2001;3(2):40.
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, 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.

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