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Duke ALS Clinic multi-disciplinary team identifies specific ALS symptoms and problems and provides a wide range of options for dealing with them.
Grade D: One or more peer-reviewed publications reporting benefits in a flawed trial.
Flawed trials means those in which there are identifiable problems with patient selection, randomization, blinding, controls or follow-up. These have ‘high or unclear risk of bias’ according to published criteria. Well-designed trials are those that have ‘low risk of bias’.