Those voices in your head, you should try to ignore them as much as possible and seek immediate treatment.
No, I'm very selective on what I believe. For instance, nothing you say i find believable. The agenda you pursue is so obvious that everything you say is immediate suspect. And after further consideration, first impressions were correct.
There you go again saying the results aren't real. That is purposefully misleading. It is YOUR supposition they aren't real yet you try to state as a fact. Half truths? Look in the mirror. I gave you the best explaination and you still go to fraud. Takes one to think someone else is one.
You see, that's what happens when they hire substandard people to bash. You could have said that they really are a self selected group that probably are having atypical results and should not have too much weight placed on their results. No, you had to go to they are purposefully trying to defraud the diabetic population by faking their results by combining with other treatments they haven't announced. You have fraud on the mind and it shows. Feeling guilty?
You never answered what it was about the afrezzauser's group a1c numbers that yoiu didn't like other than they were too good. Too good for your bosses maybe, but certainly not too good for the patients. SO just what is it about the numbers you don't like?
I said I trust them both, You keep trying to insinuate there is a conflict where there is none. Just because users unconstrained by protocols can achieve numbers so superior that your bosses are having apoplexy, where is the conflict?
I believe them both because they are both real and not conflicting. You may want to portray them as conflicting but there is none. Just what is it you don't like about the groups numbers?