does the following sentence make sense?

In general, triple combinations are better than double: melphalan, prednisone and thalidomide (MPT); bortezomib, melphalan, and prednisone (VMP); or melphalan, prednisone and lenalidomide (MPR), are all better than melphalan and prednisone (MT) alone.

Is that an ok thing to say that a; b; or c is better than d? Or should it be, a; b; and c are all better than d?

I am not sure how to explain, but is the sentence ok? Thank you so much for your help!

  • Stylistically, "melphalan and prednisone" may be repeated too much. – Spencer Apr 24 '18 at 16:17

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