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Upcoming Paid Study on Multiple Sclerosis!

If you haven't already signed up for the MS Neighbourhood Research Project you still have time to do so. Check out the detail below

Hey peeps:  Here is an awesome way to say #takeTHATms.   Making money because you have MS!  

  Are you a Canadian living with MS?  




Well, now its time to get paid for it!   Check out this really cool project out of Toronto by Self Care Catalysts.  

Patient empowerment through self care and research

Upcoming Paid Study on Multiple Sclerosis:


We are conducting a study among people with Multiple Sclerosis to understand the impact of their condition on their quality of life and how it impacts their day-to-day decisions making.

Have you been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS)? If so, we'd like to invite you to participate in an upcoming paid study on your MS experience.

The study involves completing a 14-day journal about your MS experience, and a confidential phone interview.

You may be eligible to participate if you are:

·       Above the age of 18
·       Have been diagnosed with MS
and MUST live in CANADA

If you are interested Click HERE to participate in this study, please take a few seconds to complete a quick survey

If you have any questions please call 1 844 475 4637 or email us at linda@selfcarecalatalysts.com.


Self Care Catalysts is a patient solutions, intelligence, and analytics company deriving value from patient-centered real world evidence to inform product life cycle management and behavior change interventions.



Our belief is that when patients are informed, respected, and engaged, they make better choices. Better choices mean better health outcomes. Therefore, it is important that patients’ views are well-represented in healthcare through the generation of real world evidence.
Our mission is to promote self-care behaviors among patients, while enabling patients to contribute their behavioral data to support important research across the product lifecycle, such as drug discovery, precision medicine, and development of support services and programs that are specific to the community. 
“Patients will build and own their health data.”
This blog post was sponsored by Self Care Catalysts.  Thank you for making a difference in the MS world!   .   

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