Friday, May 18, 2012

Cancer Patients Are Encouraged To Research Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) As a Treatment Option!

Another positive article regarding the treatment of LDN (low dose naltrexone) for off label conditions.  Click the link below to read the details.

** People that have been able to obtain this medication and take it in low doses (1-4.5mg) have displayed great improvement.  It's a promising treatment for an array of diseases from MS, Crohn's Disease, different forms of cancers, autoimmune diseases, & the list goes on.

For people that would like to read up on what LDN is, how the drug works, how it could be obtained and the science behind the use of LDN for conditions other than what the drug was originally targeted to treat (opiate addiction), please see my sidebar links.  I also have several blog posts that give general information about the drug and blogs that have clinical trials that have been conducted and their findings.  

  • PS:  If you need to find a doctor in your area that prescribes LDN, I can help you.  Send me a message and I'd be happy to assist you with this.  

Bonnie and Ken Shockey encourage cancer patients to research Low Dose Naltrexone

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