Dr. Paul O'Connor, a neurologist at Toronto's St. Michael's Hospital, said he would advise against patients even getting tested.
"There is not a shred of real evidence anywhere that messing around with these veins does anything to help MS patients," he said. "If there is no treatment for this condition, there is no need to detect it."
JoyIsMyStrength wrote:Sorry, I just never liked the science behind that theory as I see it as being flawed. Call me a mouse model naysayer.
Billmeik wrote:I have a friend who is a cancer researcher and I spoke to him about funding an animal study. Replicating Putnam.
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