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Texas

I seem to recall chatter about a pharmacy in Austin that provides LDN, but now I can't find any information on it. Does anyone know the name of the pharmacy and/or contact information? I'm in the process of getting a prescription.

Thanks.
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LDN info - Dr. Bernard Bihari in Hospital

If you didn't see this from www.lowdosenaltrexone.org

As of April 2005

Dr. Bernard Bihari in Hospital. In the wake of a severe accidental hip fracture last year, the discoverer of the range of clinical effects of LDN has required recurrent hospitalization and may not be able to attend the June 11th LDN Conference. If he is unable to attend, it is his intention to communicate a keynote message to ...
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Anyone in Halifax Nova Scotia?

I'm going to be moving to Halifax Nova Scotia to accept a new job. I need to find a new doctor and pharmacy that can supply me with LDN. Does anyone have experience in that city or can someone help me out with this information please?
Thanks in advance.

Aylish
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seeking info on LDN study at UTSW

I read on some page recently that someone at UT Southwestern was seeking approval to do an LDN study. Does anyone know who the researcher /doctor is or have more information about it? Even a web reference would be useful.
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NMSS softens position on LDN

We're making headway folks, congratulations!
And kudos to Dr Agrwal, who's hypothsis they cite. Once an MD/PhD stepped forward and published, they had to take note. Now we just need the research team. Know of any candidates?

Dr Agrawal was interviewed by Accelerated Cure Project for Multiple
Sclerosis regarding his hypothesis 1/27/05.
http://www.bostoncure.org:8080/article. ... 27/1748256

SammyJo

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http://www.nationalmssociety.org/Clinup-Naltrexone.asp
Low Dose Naltrexone Update

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LDN - A New Version of an Old Drug Successfully Treats...

A New Version of an Old Drug Successfully Treats Deadly Diseases Like HIV/AIDS, Cancer and MS in an Entirely New Way, by Strengthening the Immune System

Summary: 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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Another LDN Question

Do people report walking better and/or improved cognitive function from LDN?

I know that many people report "feeling better", which I always assume means more energy.

Thanks in advance for your help.
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Basic LDN Question

Does LDN work against the CRAB drugs? Do many of you use both simultaneously?

I know the answers to my questions have already been posted here, but I'm taking a shortcut here.
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