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Mar. 8, 2007

Posted by Jane Anderson under Uncategorized, Daily Journal

LDN stands for Low Dose Naltrexone, a revolutionary new use for an old remedy.

Dr Bernard Bihari (USA), a long advocate and prescriber of Naltrexone has alleviated the symptoms and/or progression of MS sufferers by prescribing Low Doses of Naltrexone (LDN). His groundbreaking work, commenced in the mid 1980s, has resulted in a small but growing number of physicians prescribing Naltrexone to minimize both progression and symptoms of MS for their patients.
MS is not the only disease Dr Bihari has treated successfully with low doses of Naltrexone. LDN is cited as beneficial across a broad range of chronic diseases such as HIV/AIDS, lupus, Parkinson's, Crohn's disease, breast and other cancers, and even Fibromyalgia. If you're wondering how these diseases are linked look no further than an errant immune system.
Due to the wonder that is the Internet, word is spreading. A maiden conference dedicated to LDN was held in New York earlier this year, with a second planned for 2006.
MS sufferers whose symptoms or progression have been alleviated by treatment with LDN have formed support groups and are dedicated to spreading the word. They're striving to help fellow MS sufferers via information-sharing, emotional support, and fund-raising for clinical trials.

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Low Dose Naltrexone

Feb. 24, 2007

Posted by Jane Anderson under Samples
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Naltrexone is a medication approved in 1984 by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for treating heroin and opium addiction. In very low doses, it is proving to be amazingly effective in treating HIV/AIDS, cancer, and a host of autoimmune and neurodegenerative diseases--with minimal side effects and at a price anyone can afford.

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