sou wrote: In general, they must not suffer from other chronic diseases, but the one trialed.
sou wrote:I see 2 options here:
1. If they accept that MS [b]is CCSVI, thus the trials are valid, they have just admitted that MS is CCSVI..[/b]..
2. If they don't accept that every patient with MS have CCSVI, they have to perform the trials from scratch because they included patients with more than one chronic conditions..
Both options lose...
Lyon wrote:Considering that it's never been effectively shown that venous "abnormalities" aren't common in the general populations, it remains that "Option" number 3 might well be that no one has perfect veins and that there really is no such thing as venous "insufficiency" at all (therefore no damage caused by it).
jimmylegs wrote:no matter the research subject, we're all trying to navigate our way through a mire of biases, our own and those of others!
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