Dr. Bernard Bihari has passed away....

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Dr. Bernard Bihari has passed away....

Postby Trish317 » Mon May 17, 2010 8:54 am

I didn't see this posted anywhere here so I thought people using LDN would like to know that Dr. Bihari, who pioneered the use of low dose naltexone, passed away yesterday, May 16.

Mary Bradley relayed the sad news on Facebook.

Dr. Bihari touched the lives of so many people who never had the honor of meeting him.
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Postby sbr487 » Mon May 17, 2010 11:08 am

I am one of the beneficiary of LDN. May the soul rest in peace ...
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Postby frijkaard » Wed May 19, 2010 12:03 pm

I am sorry to hear of his passing. I will forever remember him for the relief that LDN provided me. when I was diagonsed four years ago. I was assigned a neurologist who immediatley put me on copaxone. Besides enduring the daily needles which I hated (I don't know anyone who loves them), I suffered two very bad episodes. I discovered LDN and have been on it for nearly a year with less MS symptoms and no episodes. Dr. Bihari, though I did not know you, I am eternally grateful for your "thinking outside the box". May you rest in peace.
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Postby Algis » Wed May 19, 2010 6:07 pm

Most grateful too; LDN changed my disease's progress thus my life.

Rest in Peace Dr.Bihari, and thank you...
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Postby renaudjba » Thu Jan 13, 2011 10:15 am

1 sept 2013
J'ai visité (en français) : http://www.sep.over-blog.com
ca vaut le détour.

Dear everybody, from France, le 11 jan 2011

En français (sorry !):

j'exprime ma profonde gratitude envers celui qui a permis que ma Sclérose en Plaques arrête d'évoluer en Mars 2005.

Pour l'avenir, je souhaite que l'intérêt thérapeutique des LDN (quel que soit les chemins que l'information suivrait) prévale sur les intérêts financiers des groupes pharmaceutiques qui agissent pour étouffer cette information qui, potentiellement, peut leur coûter de milliards de dollars.

Paix à l'Âme de Bernard Bihari
Portez-vous bien
renaudjba@free.fr

In your language :
Dear everybody, from France, January 11, 2011

I express my deep gratitude to the one who allowed my MS stops evolving in March 2005, I mean Bernard Bihari MD.

For the future, I hope the therapeutic benefits of LDN (whatever the ways this information would go trough) will prevail over financial interests of pharmaceutical companies that act to suppress it because it could do so that they loose billions of dollars.

Peace to Bernard Bihari's Soul
Take care of you
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Thank You Dr. Bihari

Postby flora68 » Tue Apr 12, 2011 8:27 am

LDN has made all the difference for me. God Bless Dr. Bihari.
http://ldnformultiplesclerosis.blogspot.com/
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