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COVID-19 is associated with new symptoms of multiple sclerosis that are prevented by disease modifying therapies

Afagh Garjani, Rod Middleton Orcid Logo, Rachael Hunter, Katherine A Tuite-Dalton, Alasdair Coles, Ruth Dobson, Martin Duddy, Stella Hughes, Owen R Pearson, David Rog, Emma C Tallantyre, Roshan das Nair, Richard Nicholas, Nikos Evangelou

Multiple Sclerosis and Related Disorders, Volume: 52, Start page: 102939

Swansea University Authors: Rod Middleton Orcid Logo, Rachael Hunter

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Published in: Multiple Sclerosis and Related Disorders
ISSN: 2211-0348
Published: Elsevier BV 2021
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title COVID-19 is associated with new symptoms of multiple sclerosis that are prevented by disease modifying therapies
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Rod Middleton
Rachael Hunter
title_short COVID-19 is associated with new symptoms of multiple sclerosis that are prevented by disease modifying therapies
title_full COVID-19 is associated with new symptoms of multiple sclerosis that are prevented by disease modifying therapies
title_fullStr COVID-19 is associated with new symptoms of multiple sclerosis that are prevented by disease modifying therapies
title_full_unstemmed COVID-19 is associated with new symptoms of multiple sclerosis that are prevented by disease modifying therapies
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David Rog
Emma C Tallantyre
Roshan das Nair
Richard Nicholas
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