2021 CMSC Annual Meeting

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Poster-Symptom Management

Nabiximols, a Cannabis-Based Complex Botanical Mixture and MS Spasticity: How Does It Work?

Background: Nabiximols is a complex botanical mixture containing delta-9-tetrahydrocannibinol (THC), cannabidiol (CBD), other plant-derived...

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Poster-Symptom Management

Sources of Cannabis Information and Medical Guidance Among People with Multiple Sclerosis: Narcoms Survey Results

Background: The North American Research Committee on Multiple Sclerosis (NARCOMS) registry is a voluntary, self-report registry for people...

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Poster-Symptom Management

Systematic Review of Real-World Evidence on the Effect of Nabiximols on Pain and Sleep Impairment in Persons with MS (PwMS) Experiencing Spasticity

Background: Recent data have shown that PwMS may use cannabis to treat their complex symptoms, most frequently spasticity, pain, and sleep....

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Poster-Symptom Management

Symptom Burden and Treatment Goals of People with MS Spasticity: Results from SEEN-MSS, a Large-Scale, Self-Reported Survey

Background: Evidence suggests that people with multiple sclerosis and spasticity (pwMSS) experience multiple concurrent symptoms that...

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Platform-Rehabilitation

Beyond the Physical Symptoms of Spasticity for Persons with MS Spasticity: Results from SEEN-MSS, a Large-Scale, Self-Reported Survey

Background: Spasticity, a complex and multi-dimensional symptom of multiple sclerosis (MS), occurs in up to 80% of those with MS. It is...

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Platform-Disease Management

Prevalence of Cannabis Use and Associated Factors Among People with Multiple Sclerosis: A 2020 NARCOMS Survey

Background: The North American Research Committee on Multiple Sclerosis (NARCOMS) registry is a voluntary, self-report registry for people...

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Platform-Rehabilitation

Spasticity Experience in Adults with Multiple Sclerosis: An Integrated Conceptual Model

Background: Spasticity is a common symptom of multiple sclerosis (MS), often leading to functional limitations and disability. Objectives:...

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