There are 3 possible results of your next liver flush:
1. You get better
2. No change
3. You get worse
No amount of statistical data will influence results of your liver flush.
Even if 100% of people doing next flush got better, there is still possibility that you may get worse.
There is also possibility that you may die. (no death was reported so far .. but options are open ...)
All options are open .. future is uncertain.
Just in case you are interested in stats, here are some.
# flushes % humans cured
1 flush 13%
2 flushes 23%
3 flushes 31%
4 flushes 41%
5 flushes 43%
6 flushes 36%
7-10 flushes 51% (medium to large sample: 51 humans, a single human does not make big difference in the percentage)
11-15 flushes 50% (small sample: 16 humans ... a human can make a big difference in the percentage)
This table clearly illustrate benefits of repeating liver flush at least 7 to 15 times.
The problem with those stats is that there is no control. We don't know if those people would have gotten better if doing nothing. (at least some of them could ... certainly not all of them ... )
We know that time heals ... and the problem here is: more flushes means more time ... how do we know it is not time that healed?