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Coping with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis: an integrative view
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    Perceptions of patients, neurologists, and members of multidisciplinary teams. A collaborative study between the Motor Neurone Disease Association and the Peninsula MND network.
    • Stuart Weatherby, Consultant Neurologist
    • Other Contributors:
      • Masumi Tanaka Gutiez, Lou Jarrett, Bill Nevin, Jonathan Stewart

    M.Tanaka Gutiez, L.Jarrett, B. Nevin, J. Stewart and S. Weatherby

    Sir, A recent study published in the JNNP suggests that quality of life for people living with motor neuron disease (PwMND) is influenced by their perceptions of social support[1].

    We would like to share the results of a study carried out jointly with the Motor Neurone Disease Association (MNDA) and the peninsula MND network, which fu...

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