3.Correct me if I am wrong, and I am work so I have no time to look it up, but were two treatments not used in combination with each other after both had already gone through clinical trials? For example Avonex had already completed clinical trials and been approved before it was tested in conjunction with Tsysarbi and vice versa.
But if *my* doctor had not been so anal about testing more than one thing at a time my treatment might have benefited from the synergy now known to exist between Copaxone and Mitoxantrone.
The guy wanted to avoid controversy. Change two things at once and you are left not knowing what did it. But he was so confident of the treatment he left everything else as it was, and not one of his patients cried foul, or said their DMD did it. In fact most patients have little to no confidence that their DMD actually does anything, especially the Interferons. They take them out of fear, because they have been told the injections might be preventing something (it happens anyway).
Tysabri was tested in two simultaneous trials, one of which had Avonex added to it (probably the patients were already on Avonex already). The deaths came first in the combination, so it was decided that Avonex should not be combined with it (a little late), and probably no other immune suppression either.
Are you going to tell me that he should not have left patients on their DMDs because they might have died from the combination of Liberation and DMDs?
5.6. I completly disagree with you on this point. Before Zamboni performed any surgery he needed first to prove that CCSVI actually existed and if so did/does it have anything to do with MS.
I will not honour that with a complete quotation. He is not stuck anywhere.
He is not still stuck trying to prove it exists. That is up to his qualified peers, and they are doing far more than is needed because of a few whiny but vocal neurologists (who are not doing a great service by participating in trial-by-media).
according to some of his own trainees these blockages are subjective. Just read how many people on this forum have gone to three different radiologists and gotten three different results.
Just because a thing is new does not mean it shouldn't be tried. Your results may vary, because it is congenital most of the time and everyone is different.
Besides, the list of things to try was getting longer (except for the progressive cases), and the story less believable with each.