secretive Canadian clinical trial green-lighted

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Re: Method submitted to NICE

Postby MarkW » Fri Apr 27, 2012 8:06 am

Cece wrote:I love the work and activism you've put into this.

Many thanks for your comments Cece. I have done what consultants do the world over. We listen and ask questions, then prepare a clear summary document. Simple when you have been trained to do this (IBM is a great company for training).

I will copy my step by step doc into the NICE thread and develop it. Please add comments/improvements, the doc was never final but a working doc. I hoped that ISNVD would develop this type of doc but I see that it is too much of a business approach for academic/medical researchers.
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Re: secretive Canadian clinical trial green-lighted

Postby 1eye » Fri Apr 27, 2012 4:20 pm

Not being a doctor or researcher myself, I can only express my opinion. I do not think sedation or general anesthesia significantly increases the risk, especially for the sham patients, when compared with the risk of further progression.
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