The standards held by health regulatory agencies are not the only standards of proof. These agencies face high liability if something goes wrong. Even so, they require shockingly little efficacy to be shown in order to approve a drug.
Billmeik wrote:really history will show how lame this guy is. I mean tieing a mouse's veins to see if it gets MS is a lame idea. The mice might get EAE but we
ve had decades of research based on EAE and it is just not MS. Mice don't get MS.
Really if he doesn't have the courage to step outside the funding and paperwork institutions that need MS to stay the way it was, then he is just another coward. No problem. But when he actively goes against truth to preserve his market share, he needs to look in the mirror. Is that guy there a little shameless and evil? Or just a yes-man.
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