Robust Prognostic Matching - Do Virtual Placebo Groups solve the Placebo Problem in Multiple Sclerosis?
Addiction to physical inactivity?
Onset of secondary progressive phase and long-term evolution of multiple sclerosis
Pregnancy, A modifiable risk factor in MS?
Age and disability accumulation in Multiple Sclerosis
HAGIL (Hamburger Vigil Study), A Randomized Placebo-controlled Double-blind Study With Modafinil For Treatment Of Fatigue In Patients with Multiple Sclerosis
Is it possible to measure mobility deficits of patients suffering from multiple sclerosis? Evaluation of mobility of patients with MS with motorical dysfunctions by dint of accelerometers.
Relapses as surrogate marker for later disability in Multiple Sclerosis. Correspondence.
Predicting a window of therapeutic opportunity in multiple sclerosis
Establish tolerance in MS with peptide-coupled, peripheral blood mononuclear cells - an open, singe centre, MRI-controlled, baseline-to-treatment cross-over, phase I trial in relapsing-remitting MS patients (ETIMS)
The natural history of multiple sclerosis, a geographically based study. 10, relapses and long-term disability
The effect of relapses and time to onset of progression on disability accumulation in Multiple Sclerosis
Longitudinal changes in T2 lesion volume in multiple sclerosis, possible restricted utility as a clinical trial outcome
The measurement of disability
Multiple sclerosis, the measurement of disability and access to clinical trial data
Comparing Cost-Effectiveness Models for MS Disease-Modifying Agents, Different Inputs and Assumptions Produce Different Conclusions
Comparing apples with what, Different inputs and assumptions produce different conclusions in MS economic models
Comparing several simple models to predict the development of disability in individual Multiple Sclerosis (MS) patients from their disability history
Steps towards a miniaturized, robust and autonomous measurement device for the long-term monitoring of the activity of patients - ActiBelt
Steps towards an individual step pattern from three-dimensional accelerations