Is it all too good to be true? The medical world point out this procedure is still an unproven experiment.
"What you’ve seen is merely an observation," said one consultant. "Until it’s been tested and compared it doesn’t prove anything. And the people involved could have had the same improvement had they been pumped
full of steroids. Or, there could be a placebo effect."
They weren’t treated with steroids however. And would the placebo effect be so pronounced? It’s now a week since the operation and all are continuing to improve by degrees.
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