On the basis of the study design, my answer is no.
When choosing a study design, many factors must be taken into account.
The findings from these studies are not considered strong, however, because of weaknesses in study design and size.
So, it's very likely that people are going to try to repeat or improve upon this study design and see whether the results hold up.
Aspects of study design and validity are presented in Table 2.
The study design and 24-h trial period impose significant limitations on the results.
In addition, insufficient information was given about study design and methodology.
"But we evaluated the drugs in another population with a different study design and didn't find any evidence for a protective effect."
Another found benefit, but the study design has been criticized and the results questioned.
Consistent evidence can and has been gathered through other study designs.