All forms of MS, Clinically isolated syndrome, People without MS
As part of the Our Health in Our Hands (OHIOH) project, researchers at the Australian National University and Sydney Adventist Hospital are working together to improve the clinical management and overall health and wellbeing of people living with multiple sclerosis (MS).
In this study we are recruiting people with MS as well as people who do not have MS. We aim to have a similar distribution of age and sex across the two groups and collect new data each year to see changes over time. By collecting data over time in people with MS and people without MS, we will be able to compare the two groups to answer questions about health and wellbeing, and the influence of MS on how this changes over time. We also aim to identify blood biomarkers which may help monitor or predict disease activity and responses to treatment.
Once per year you will invited to:
3. 18 years or older without a diagnosis of MS or any known signs or symptoms of MS
Sydney & ACT
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