dataMSA Survey Representing Individuals Lost to MSA (Multiple System Atrophy).

Thank you for participating in the dataMSA Survey Representing Individuals Lost to MSA (Multiple System Atrophy).

The purpose of this survey is to collect data and information regarding individuals lost to Multiple System Atrophy (MSA), as reported by caregivers, family members and loved ones.

The data collected through this survey will be made available, at no cost, to groups, agencies and medical personnel that provide treatment, education and research for MSA. No funds or revenue will, in any way, be generated or collected by this survey.

All respondents will remain confidential, however all survey results may be published and will be made public via the dataMSA.com website. Therefore, each question in the survey is voluntary - respondents may opt to skip questions.

Your willingness to share is greatly appreciated...and will surely be of benefit to others worldwide. Thank you, sincerely.

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    Remember, all respondents will remain confidential. However survey results may be published and will be made public via the dataMSA.com website. Each question in the survey is voluntary - you may opt to skip questions if you wish.
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    Background Information:

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    Diagnosis Data:

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    Symptoms:

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    Living Conditions andCare:

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    Transition Issues

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