Sanity check

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Sanity check

Postby TFau » Sat Dec 05, 2009 4:02 pm

Does anyone think that getting the testing done, that is, actually knowing that you have blocked veins, will preclude you from any future trials?

I can see that it would preclude you from a diagnostic trial b/c the researchers wouldn't want to be seen as stacking the deck with PwMS with confirmed stenosis.

But can anyone think of a reason that it would prevent someone from being included in a treatment trial? I can't, but I may be missing something.

Thanks,
Theresa
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