Survey Alert: What Health Issues are the Highest Research Priorities for Women Living with MS?
March 29, 2022
Recent research pinpointed significant knowledge gaps in the extent to which women’s health issues have been studied in persons with MS. These gaps may leave women with MS and their physicians without the solid evidence needed to help with care decisions. (Read more
about these findings.) This important effort is led by Ruth Ann Marrie, PhD (University of Manitoba) under the auspices of the International Advisory Committee on Clinical Trials in MS, which is jointly supported by the European Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis (ECTRIMS) and the National MS Society.
This team is now conducting a brief survey, with the goal of determining the most important research priorities in the area of women's health for women living with MS. They are seeking the perspectives of people living with MS, carepartners, healthcare providers, researchers, and policymakers. This survey should take approximately five minutes to complete.
Participation in this survey is completely voluntary and confidential. No personally identifying information will be collected through the survey.
Click here for the survey
For further information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Multiple sclerosis is an unpredictable disease of the central nervous system. Currently there is no cure. Symptoms vary from person to person and may include disabling fatigue, mobility challenges, cognitive changes, and vision issues. An estimated 1 million people live with MS in the United States. Early diagnosis and treatment are critical to minimize disability. Significant progress is being made to achieve a world free of MS.