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Pleased but puzzled

I posed this question in an earlier thread but it did not receive a response. Perhaps everyone is on holiday or I phrased the question badly? However, being the persistent little soul that I am – here it is again.

I have to confess I am still struggling to figure out exactly how this stuff is working so the following is a “think bubble” for anyone to comment upon.

To set the scene:- I have ...
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LDN Website Update July 2005

Taken from an email from another site.

LDN Website Update July 2005
www.lowdosenaltrexone.org / www.ldninfo.org

LDN Conference Multimedia Now Online

Audio, video, photos, and presenters' slides from the First Annual LDN
Conference, June 2005, have now been posted to the LDN Events page of
the website. Complete audio of the entire conference, as well as
individual audio recordings and video excerpts of each ...
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LDN in Australia

Can anyone help me find out who will prescribe LDN in Australia ?

Thanks in advance

Smyelin
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LDN Website

In case anyone was curious as to why you can't access the LDN website, www.lowdosenaltrexone.org, this is a response I received on another site I visit for LDN.

Contrary to the opinion of all conspiracy theorists, the unavailability
of the www.lowdosenaltrexone.org website for the past day has been
caused by the loss of a server device on the part of ArisHost, the
commercial ...
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LDN conference on 11th of june

Has anyone attended the LDN conference in NYC on the 11th of june :?:
I'm looking forward to knowing what 's new!
Thanks! :wink:
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waiting time after Avonex before starting LDN?

I'm currently on Avonex and CellCept (another immunosuppressant).
How long should I wait after after stopping those before starting LDN?
I'm just planning for the future in case I can find someone to write me
a prescription for LDN. Thanks in advance.
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LDN Conf. info/agenda

I thought it would be good to post this from
the Yahoo LDN board posted by,

Joel Gluck, M.Ed.
LDN Conference Planning Team
joelgluck@yahoo.com


The First Annual Low Dose Naltrexone Conference
at The New York Academy of Sciences
Saturday, June 11, 2005



For those planning to attend the conference, please be aware of the following:

Brown-Bag Lunch Panel. In addition to the original planned agenda for the conference (see below ...
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Hoping to see many of you at the LDN conference next week.

I expect that the conference will be quite interesting and I look forward to meeting many of you there. I sure do hope that they worked out a way to tape it so that the many that cannot make it will be able to see or hear all that is said. JoyceF
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Questions from a new LDN user

Hi everyone, just looking for a little info. I started taking LDN 3 weeks ago, 3mg. In the first 5 days I noticed numbness in my hands and feet fading. It was great I could actually feel with my left hand. :) In the last week though I've noticed the numbness creeping back in the hands and feet. Is this normal, will it go away again? I ...
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Low LDN Dose Successfully Treats HIV/AIDS, Cancer and MS

I found this article on www.medicalnewstoday.com:


Low LDN Dose Successfully Treats HIV/AIDS, Cancer and MS by Strengthening Immune System
23 May 2005





A very low dose of the FDA-approved drug naltrexone has been discovered to be an effective up-regulator of the immune system. The new therapy, called low dose naltrexone (LDN), has shown remarkable effects on an array of illnesses including HIV/AIDS, cancer, and autoimmune diseases such as MS. ...
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