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Currently on deck at UW MSRRTC are studies on such low-cost interventions as:
The UW MSRRTC researchers are also seeking to improve rehab research design by developing "participation" as a standard outcome measure.
Kraft, MD, MS; principal investigator, MSRRTC; Alvord Professor of Research; professor, Rehabilitation Medicine; adjunct professor, Neurology
To participate in this survey, go to the MSRRTC Web site (msrrtc.washington .edu), click on "Research Volunteers," and then click on "Aging with MS and other Physical Disabilities Survey Study." If you don't have access to a computer, please call our toll-free number: 866-928-2114.
You can review other MSR-RTC research on fatigue by going to our Web site (msrrtc and clicking on "Published articles." Search for "fatigue."
Third, MSRRTC research reveals that exercise pays off.