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Scott1 wrote:It's a strange conclusion seeing they said-
"More patients in the minocycline group withdrew because of adverse events (20% vs 32%), although more in the placebo arm withdrew because of lack of efficacy (8% vs 1%).
These high withdrawal rates, and the relatively low annualised relapse rates in both treatment arms also contributed to the study being underpowered."
There's a lesson in every study but the conclusion is more definite than study by the look of it.
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