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Low Dose Naltrexone for Multiple Sclerosis and All Autoimmune Disorders

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Mary Boyle Bradley

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Low Dose Naltrexone(LDN) is the greatest medical discovery since penicillin. It is being successfully used around the world to treat Multiple Sclerosis, Crohn's, HIV and a host of other illnesses based on a disturbed immune system. It stopped my husband's Primary Progressive MS in its tracks 6 years ago. A global, grassroots, patient driven campaign is looking for a way to get the FDA to provide financial incentive for pharmaceutical companies to investigate new uses for old drugs. Naltrexone is FDA approved at 50mg and higher for drug addicts, but at a low dose (4.5mg) it stops autoimmune disorders in their tracks. It is a cheap, generic, out of patent drug that needs to reach the masses and improve the lives of millions. Our voice needs to be heard. http://www.marybradleybooks.com

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