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Prediction of survival in ALS

Symptom progression rate calculated at the time of ALS diagnosis or later during the course of the disease may be a predictor of ALS survival. Read here

Stroke in patients with COVID-19

COVID-19 is associated with an increased risk of stroke. A multinational study has shown that the stroke frequently has an unknown cause. Read the research here

Health-related quality of life among patients with Parkinson’s disease

Many patients with Parkinson’s disease who receive carbidopa/levodopa experience symptom reemergence or worsening, or “OFF” episodes, which are associated with reduced health-related quality of life. Read the research here

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  1. Authors: Anne-Lene Kjældgaard, Katrine Pilely, Karsten Skovgaard Olsen, Anders Hedegaard Jessen, Anne Øberg Lauritsen, Stephen Wørlich Pedersen, Kirsten Svenstrup, Merete Karlsborg, Helle Thagesen, Morten Blaabjerg, Ásta Theódórsdóttir, Elisabeth Gundtoft Elmo, Anette Torvin Møller, Lone Bonefeld, Mia Berg, Peter Garred…

    Content type: Research article

  1. Authors: Anouk GW van Norden, Karlijn F de Laat, Rob AR Gons, Inge WM van Uden, Ewoud J van Dijk, Lucas JB van Oudheusden, Rianne AJ Esselink, Bastiaan R Bloem, Baziel GM van Engelen, Machiel J Zwarts, Indira Tendolkar, Marcel G Olde-Rikkert, Maureen J van der Vlugt, Marcel P Zwiers, David G Norris and Frank-Erik de Leeuw

    Content type: Study protocol

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