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Knowledge is Power but is Ignorance Bliss? Optimising Conversations about Disease Progression in Multiple Sclerosis

posted on 20.11.2019, 09:08 by Patrick Vermersch, Jane Shanahan, Dawn Langdon, David Yeandle, Nektaria Alexandri, Sven Schippling

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