I guess the thinking is that if you combine two drugs that don't work individually, together they won't work twice as well.ladave said:Phase 3 Minocycline study was completed end of 2005, the results have not been reported:
A new "combination"study will look at Minocycline in combination with Creatine:
The latter being somewhat bizarre in light of the failure of the recent Creatine ALS study:
Actually - I don't think that we will find one single drug to treat ALS. I think that there are so many processes involved with nerve degeneration that any successful program will involve a number of drugs or treatments - the combined effect being greater than the sum of the individual effects. The miracle treatment may involve a number of drugs or supplements that on their own don't have any benefit - but when used together - jackpot!John1 said:I guess the thinking is that if you combine two drugs that don't work individually, together they won't work twice as well.