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2013 LDN conference in Chicago

Postby JoyceF » Mon Apr 29, 2013 10:26 am

Just thought I'd post info about the upcoming LDN conference this October near Chicago. I'm hoping to attend. Here is a website with info for those that may be interested. http://ldn2013.com/
Here is the current schedule

08:30 - Registration
09:00 - Linda Elsegood Welcome Address
09:05 - Dr Mark Mandel, Introduction
09:10 - Dr Pradeep Chopra - Pain Specialist
09:40 - Speaker
10:00 - Dr Kent Holtorf - Thyroid Disorders/CFS/ Fibro/Lyme
10:40 - Break
10:45 - Jackie Young-Bihari - LDN Research Trust Patron
10:55 - LDN Expert Panel - Pharmacist Dr Skip Lenz
11:55 - Q&A Panel
12:15 - Lunch
13:15 - Dr Ronald Herberman – Planned LDN Clinical Trials
13:45 - Paul Battle PA-C - Crohn's/MS
14:15 - Dr Burt Berkson - Cancer
14:45 - Dr Deanna Windham – Allergies/Autoimmune diseases in Children/Lupus
15:15 - Break
15:30 - Dr Mark Shukhman - Psychiatrist
16:00 - Dr Mark Mandel and Stephen Dickson – LDN Compounding Pharmacists
16:30 - Q&A Panel
16:50 - Dr Mark Mandel - Summary
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Re: 2013 LDN conference in Chicago

Postby JoyceF » Wed Sep 25, 2013 2:24 pm

Just wanted to bump this post as the conference is a few weeks off on October 5th. I also wanted to say that I just heard that Dr. Jill Smith will be presenting her finding on LDN and Crohn's so that should be interesting to hear.
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Re: 2013 LDN conference in Chicago

Postby Shamrock » Wed Dec 18, 2013 2:35 pm

Hi I'm just wondering is there any videos or info available from the conference. Or when and where will the 2014 one be. I'm a 25 year old man from Ireland whose on ldn and feeling good. I would also like to know is tgere any way of contacting Mary Boyle Bradley I have read her book but I would love to get an update on her situation. I found her book amazing and it shows that their is hope. Any help would be greatly appreciated thank you.
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Re: 2013 LDN conference in Chicago

Postby JoyceF » Fri Dec 20, 2013 7:52 am

Hi Shamrock. I heard that there will be a video of the conference available for sale at the LDN research trust. Go to http://www.ldnresearchtrust.org/ and you'll see info about it there. Have a listen to the interview that Linda Elsegood did with Dr. Boyle as this is Mary Boyle Bradleys brother. He is a doc who uses LDN in his practice. You might want to write to Linda there to see if there is a way to correspond with Mary. Her book was delightful wasn't it?
As far as a 2014 conference. I'm not sure one is planned yet but another thing to ask Linda Elsegood.
Hope this helps.
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Re: 2013 LDN conference in Chicago

Postby Shamrock » Mon Dec 30, 2013 11:31 am

Hi joycef thanks for the reply. I going to take your advice and contact Linda also I'm in the process of making an appointment with dr Boyle. Her book was a complete eye opener for me. I was told there was no treatment for me and sent home for 9 weeks then I just happened to find a page on ldn thank god and I have never looked back. At the moment I'm feeling good however not as good as I was 2 weeks ago my neurologist has started me on copaxone and I know it can go with the ldn however I'm just not feeling the same as I was before I started it. That's why I'm so interested to meet dr Boyle to ask for advise. Have you any experience of ldn or do you know of anyone personally that has slowed or possibly stopped their progression. Thanks again for the reply.
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Re: 2013 LDN conference in Chicago

Postby JoyceF » Tue Dec 31, 2013 8:09 am

Hi Shamrock,
I've actually been on LDN at 4.5mg since 2002. It really did help me and was the only thing that I tried, having never gone the CRAB drug route. It did keep me from progressing for many years. I'm still doing ok but have to say that I did experience some progression as I now walk with a cane. I would have to say that this is the best bet for MS at this point anyway so do go for it.
I do think that Dr. Boyle is a fertility doc and not a neuro but I'm sure he'd be a great help as he is Mary Boyle Bradley's brother. Feel free to e-mail me at wkendz32@hotmail.com if I can answer any questions that you may have. Good luck and Happy New Year !
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