1) Decrease of pain, indicated by a
decrease in the amount or frequency of the use of narcotics or
2) Increase in the sense of well being.
3) Increased appetite.
4) Disappearance of fetor from lesions.
5) Increased energy or endurance.
6) Increase in weight.
7) Increase in muscle strength.
8) Improvement in blood and urine chemistry.
9) Increased tissue repair.
10) Decrease of tumefaction.
11) Decrease in the output of presumptive chorionic gonadotrophin in
the serum or urine as measured by a blood test.
12) Return of symptoms following the use of placebos or interruption
13) Remission of symptoms follows the reinstatement of therapy.