Research into controversial MS treatment still too conflicting, study finds
A new study attempting to evaluate the validity of research into the prevalence of blocked veins in multiple sclerosis patients has concluded the evidence is too conflicting and inconsistent to draw any concrete conclusions.
The study, published Monday in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, adds another layer of uncertainty to the controversy surrounding the contentious issue, which has been brewing for about two years following media reports of the possible link between blocked veins and MS.
“I think it’s really hard to come to any conclusion, any definitive conclusion,” said Andreas Laupacis, lead author of the study and executive director of the Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute at St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto. “We won’t know for a few years the full story.”... [Read More]