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Join an MS Study from the Comfort of Home and Receive $50 for Your Time

Disclaimer: The following is sponsored content from DxTerity.



Are you interested in helping advance research for MS but don’t know where to start? You’re not alone. Taking part in a research study for MS can seem overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be.

A new at-home study called EMPOWER (Evaluating Multiple Sclerosis Patients ShOWing A GEnomic Signature of Therapy Response) is seeking volunteers with MS nationwide to better understand how MS affects the body. The goal of the study is to develop a blood test to help monitor disease activity and treatment response for people diagnosed with MS. The study is being conducted by DxTerity, a genomics company developing tests to better manage autoimmune diseases.


Do I Qualify?

If you’re 18 years of age or older and have been diagnosed with MS (any type), you qualify.

Why Should I Take Part?

EMPOWER is an at-home study that can be completed in your free time. All you need to do is sign up online and a study kit will be mailed to your home.

What’s Next?

Follow the instructions in the fingerstick blood collection kit to collect a few drops of your blood (much like at-home glucose monitoring). Mail your sample to the research lab using the prepaid envelope.

When you’re done, log in to the secure study portal and complete a short survey online. You will be compensated $50 for your complete study participation, which you can keep or tell DxTerity to donate to an MS charity of your choice. That’s it!


Ready to make a difference in MS research? I know I am. Click here to get started.

NOTE: All questions about DxTerity’s EMPOWER study and the test should be directed to DxTerity. Click here for contact information.

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