Well, it, it has, it, it, the, both the drugs that are being trialed are currently used for childhood migraine, but they’d never done a study. And it can also, they’ve, they’ve linked, see, the other side that didn’t want me to do it, childhood migraine they’ve found is linked to epilepsy. So treatments that are given for migraine are actually also used for epilepsy in children. Which, the symptoms are slurred speech, slowness, and I didn’t want him to fall behind in school. And that’s why initially I said no to medication in 2008. But I think because they got so severe, so I don’t really think we had much choice. We had to try something. Toby was going to be put on one of these medications anyway, so we thought, “May as well go ahead with the trial.” If they can get more feedback from parents and children, anything can help.
I think I’d, I’d just say that the medication is currently in use anyway. They just want to see how effective it is. The placebo isn’t a medication. But the only way that they can get anywhere is to research it. Throw the placebo in as well to see if it makes any difference. Because a lot of things psychologically, I think, pop a pill in, I think you feel better. But, yes, basically just that. It’s, I don’t think it’s a, a, a major thing, putting forward yourself or your child for a trial if the medication is already in use. It’s just collecting data. But I think its data that needs collecting just so they can help people in the future.