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LDN Video Page

For those interested I have decided to include a page with information on Low Dose Naltrexone and how it helps autoimune disease.  Please watch the videos.  They give a quick and easy to understand handle on the current state of research as well as the non stop continuing success of LDN as used against pretty much ANY autoimune disease.

Anyone reading this who knows anyone with an autoimmune related disease should have them watch the videos and do the reading.  It really could save their lives like it saved mine.





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  1. Great info. Thank you for making this available Joseph

    Comment by Karen | July 23, 2008 | Reply

  2. I am bursting with eagerness to give this a try. Even friends in medicine are optimistic.
    I am being met with some resistance with the Desoxyn portion of this equasion. Is the LDN ok by itself or does it need to be complimented by the Disoxyn? And… what is the dosage for the Desoxyn if needed?

    Comment by Luke Gentle | August 27, 2008 | Reply

  3. Luke…

    You dont need the Desoxyn unless you have ADD symptoms like I did.

    The LDN is what should help your MS symptoms.


    Comment by josephwouk | August 27, 2008 | Reply

  4. Thank you Joseph, for providing this very important information on LDN! I am convinced that it will work for me, and I will discuss it with my doctor the next time I see him! Nina

    Comment by Nina Khehra | September 13, 2008 | Reply

  5. My name is Mieko Hirai and I was diagnosed with multiple myeloma a year ago. I refused chemotherapy and tried various alternative treatments but none of them worked and my blood results and kidney function kept getting worse. In August of 2008 my husband Robin heard about LDN and managed to obtain some even though we live in Japan. Since starting LDN I no longer feel tired all the time, my anemia from the cancer has finished and my blood results have improved and I can function normally. I hope with continued use of LDN my cancer will be cured.

    Comment by Mieko Hirai | January 7, 2009 | Reply

  6. My husband who is 77 was diognosis with secondary progressive MS in 2007.After he had a LP test he seemed to go all downhill.He was in the hospital for Solumederol, Prednisone then was put on Copaxone. His bodey swelled up great difficulty walking and could not even hold a cup of coffee. We were then told to see a Rheumatologist,she took him off all medication & put on Prednisone to reduce swelling. After weeks we were reading about LDN. He has been on 4.5mg for almost a year now, he is in no pain but he must use a walker or he can’t walk.He also has a dropped left foot(wearsAFO).Thank you so very much for listening

    Comment by JeanBozsnyak | August 1, 2009 | Reply

  7. alternative treatments that are based on natural and organic stuffs are the best ‘

    Comment by Fluorescent Lamp : | October 31, 2010 | Reply

  8. i love alternative treatments because it is simple and does not have nasty side effects .`*

    Comment by Dumbbell Set Weights | November 22, 2010 | Reply

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