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Researchers seek subjects for survey of MS patients who are not on MS medications


The Find a Cure Panel specializes in patient research for serious and rare diseases and conditions, including multiple sclerosis, and is conducting an anonymous and confidential online study for patients who have MS but who are not currently on disease modifying MS treatment.

To qualify for this research, you must:

1)    Live in the US

2)    Have been diagnosed with MS

3)    NOT currently be on a disease modifying MS treatment.

4)    If you were previously on MS treatment but discontinued it or had never been on MS treatment then you qualify.

5)    If you are newly diagnosed but have not yet received your prescription, then you will not qualify. This research is focused on discontinued treaters and never been treated patients and not newly diagnosed patients.

No personal identifying information is collected. All the researcher will see is a 16 digit respondent id that looks like this: 50010-1234567890. If you complete the survey, FACP will donate $100 to the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation.

To participate, please click on the survey link: https://www.sampleczar.com/survey/SC_RD.aspx?supplier_id=5048

If you have questions or issues with participating, then please email FACP at info@findacurepanel.com

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