We’ve talked about Low Dose Naltrexone and its possible usefulness for cancer prevention or treatment.
But, we haven’t really talked very much about its use for the treatment of Multiple Sclerosis and other autoimmune diseases – e.g. ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis), Parkinsons, Crohns Disease, Rheumatoid Arthritis, etc….
And, there are some who think it might be useful for the treatment of autism.
Additionally, there are several sites that have put a lot of work into trying to get the word out about the usefulness of this medication protocol.
As I’ve continued to research this topic I’ve run across several that I think would be good places for people to look for more information.
So, here are some other links that I think are valuable sources of information.
The glasgowldn2009.com link is a very good place to go to see video presentations by health care providers and patients who have actually been using LDN for their diseases. It’s extremely well done.. and a site I think all who are asking questions about LDN should visit.
I also think the ldnscience.org site is a good source of information that isn’t as easily or obviously available on the other sites.
But, all the links have information that I think is valuable – or I wouldn’t be listing them here.
There are several books on the market that talk about Low Dose Naltrexone. I’ve only read a couple of them so far. The one that I think is particularly well done is ‘The Promise of Low Dose NaltrexoneTherapy’.
You can buy it online at any of the major bookstores. It’s a little pricey, but actually worth what they’re asking for it.
If you’re cash strapped you can find an online version of it here: http://www.scribd.com/doc/42236118/The-Promise-Of-Low-Dose-Naltrexone-Therapy-ISBN-0786437154 .
But, if you can afford it I recommend buying it as a reference to show to your Physician, friends and family members… and to support the efforts of those who put so much effort into writing it.
OK, that’s all for now.. have to get to work.
Again, remember that I’m a Pharmacist… NOT a physician. We all have our areas of expertise. I’m providing information that you can take to your Physician to discuss and decide whether it is right for you. I believe in what I’m posting, but I also strongly believe in the fact that Pharmacists Pharmacist, Doctors Doctor, and Patients MUST help their Physicians understand the things that they aren’t aware of.