Combining Different Tests Gives Clearer View of Patient Life Quality – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

The combined use of generic and disease-specific health-related quality of life (HRQoL) measures gives a clearer representation of the effects of multiple sclerosis on patients’ quality of life and enables a more accurate comparison across countries, a study has found.

“The effects of MS on HRQOL in real-world patients may be underestimated,” the researchers wrote.

“The combined use of both generic and disease-specific HRQOL instruments as outcome measures in clinical trials and observational studies allow for a deeper understanding about specific health needs of MS patients,” they added.

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