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Multiple Sclerosis and Oral Health

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Multiple Sclerosis and Oral Health: Understanding the oral health experience and needs of individuals with Multiple Sclerosis


We’re looking for participants to take part in a research project to investigate the relationship between self-reported oral health and multiple sclerosis relapse. This study also aims to better understand what individuals living with MS feel needs to be done to best support them to achieve and maintain a good standard of oral health.


To be eligible to participate you must be: 

- Aged 18+ years
- A UK resident
- Diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis


If you are interested in taking part all you need to do is answer an online questionnaire, this will take no longer than approximately 10 minutes to complete and can be accessed from the link below:



Online survey BOS


Thankyou in advance to all those able to participate!


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I have completed the survey - will you be publishing the results here, or placing a link to them?





Shirley  "one day at a time"


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