doctorMS, I have some good news for you. SammyJo, who posts here, has been doing tons of work to get a trial going, and they have now got something going with UCSF. I think it is still in the planning stages, but is definitely happening.
Also, there is a phase II study that just started in Italy,
Multi-Institutional Clinical Trial of LDN for MS Has Begun in Italy
A long-awaited pilot study of low dose naltrexone therapy in multiple sclerosis has been implemented by the Milan neurological researcher, Dr. Maira Gironi. Several northern Italian hospitals began enrolling patients for the study during the first week of December, 2006. Dr. Gironi anticipates that the 6 months of LDN treatment will have been completed by early summer. Importantly, Dr. Gironi’s research team has long been a locus for significant research on endorphins in relation to illness, and this study will track accurate assessments of the patients’ beta-endorphin levels in response to their LDN treatment.
Last, but not least, there was a trial in Germany that finished in 2005 and had less than impressive results.
http://www.klinik-dr-evers.de/downloads ... dy_eng.pdf