PCT should be push back 3-6 days in regards to the Test, but even with that low of an EQ dose, the EQ likely won't be completely out of your system yet. A 2 week gap would be better than shown, definitely. I used to think the same about desensitization from HCG. After talking with Muta and doing a lot more research, I can say that this is false. It does happen, at extreme doses, were talking 7,000iu, but overall it can be used for very long periods of time at a respectable dose. You "should" only use one compound in a first run, but who am I to judge? If someone really wants to do something, they're gonna do it. The purpose of this site is information. If you're going to do something, anything, be sure you do it right.
The number of treatment units (subjects or groups of subjects) assigned to control and treatment groups, affects an RCT's reliability. If the effect of the treatment is small, the number of treatment units in either group may be insufficient for rejecting the null hypothesis in the respective statistical test . The failure to reject the null hypothesis would imply that the treatment shows no statistically significant effect on the treated in a given test . But as the sample size increases, the same RCT may be able to demonstrate a significant effect of the treatment, even if this effect is small.