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The purpose of this research study is to capture the views of ALS trial patients on informed consent and their expectations of outcomes of the trial involving stem cells.
The purpose of this study is to determine the receptivity of the Mayo Clinic’s Regenerative Medicine Consultation Service (RMCS) patients to participating in future research and sharing their ongoing experiences engaging in stem cell therapies (SCTs).
The purpose of this study is to engage a cohort of patients who are avid information seekers about stem cells to assess their beliefs, online information sources and their credibility, and views on the credibility and persuasiveness of advertisements and warning messages available on the internet; we will use this data along with health behavior theories to develop communication messages aimed at inoculating patients against misinformation, correcting misconceptions, and providing evidence-based information about stem cell procedures.
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