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My Involvement Profile

My Involvement Profile

Whether you’re here as someone who organises involvement activities, a person who regularly gets involved, or someone totally new to involvement, the My Involvement Profile is for you. My Involvement Profile has two parts: A personal information form to record your...

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Treatment Approaches for Atypical CIDP

Treatment Approaches for Atypical CIDP

The variants of chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy (CIDP) differ not just in their clinical, pathological and electrophysiological characteristics, but often in their indifferent response to conventional immunosuppressive agents which are effective in...

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Explainer: What Is Myelin?

Explainer: What Is Myelin?

Without the insulating sheath called myelin, the nervous system would cease to function. Learn about myelin and the lightning-quick nerve impulses that keep us alive, shape how we experience the world, and enable us to move our bodies. Massive amounts of information...

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RightsOnFlights campaign

RightsOnFlights campaign

RightsOnFlights campaign launched I reluctantly got on a plane last week for the first time in more than 30 years. As travel experiences go, it was okay – quite a lot of waiting around but little if any stress. It’s often a different story for disabled travellers, who...

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Predicting Outcome in Guillain-Barré Syndrome

Predicting Outcome in Guillain-Barré Syndrome

International Validation of the Modified Erasmus GBS Outcome Score Abstract Background and Objectives The clinical course and outcome of the Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS) are diverse and vary among regions. The modified Erasmus GBS Outcome Score (mEGOS), developed...

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