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BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Patient-reported health-related quality of life (Hr-QoL) is an essential end-point to assess the efficacy of multiple sclerosis (MS) treatment. Most QoL tools were developed for clinical research, for which measurement accuracy is required, irrespective of ease of use or the human resources needed. In routine medical practice (RMP),(More)
Data storage needs continue to grow in most fields, and the cost per byte for tape remains lower than the cost for disk, making tape storage a good candidate for cost-effective long-term storage. However, the workloads suitable for tape archives differ from those for disk file systems, and archives must handle internally generated workloads that can be more(More)
Multiple sclerosis (MS) has a major impact on quality of life (QoL). Coping strategies which may influence QoL have not been identified. Furthermore, there is no coping scale designed to measure coping in MS patients and concise enough for routine medical practice. We used 46 items and 7 coping dimensions; we successively reduced the minimum number of(More)
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