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Group cognitive rehabilitation to reduce the psychological impact of multiple sclerosis on quality of life: the CRAMMS RCT.

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Summary of "Group cognitive rehabilitation to reduce the psychological impact of multiple sclerosis on quality of life: the CRAMMS RCT."

People with multiple sclerosis have problems with memory and attention. The effectiveness of cognitive rehabilitation has not been established.

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Name: Health technology assessment (Winchester, England)
ISSN: 2046-4924
Pages: 1-182

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