Dr. Bernard Bihari, M.D.

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Dr. Bernard Bihari, M.D.

Post by adjanimals » Thu Aug 05, 2004 4:18 pm

While doing a search on Dr. Bernard Bihari, M.D., I found a lot of info that some may be interested in if you haven't seen it. Especially on LDN and an article from 1999 at http://www.mwt.net/~drbrewer/naltrexms.htm
It ticks me off that LDN has been used for years and some doctors, actually most that treat MS don't have open minds to try this. I was DX in 1993, I'm tired of waiting for a cure, just get me a treatment that works.
Yes we have the ABCR's but really, do they improve a person. OK, MRI's show less lesions, but what about the physical side. (I'm sure I had a spelling error, sorry)

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Post by CCmom » Fri Aug 06, 2004 10:58 am

Are you using LDN? I had read this article before, but I'm glad you posted it again. My 16 year old son is now on LDN, and he is doing fantastic. The changes in him are visible, as well as physical, and we couldn't be more pleased with the results. He used Avonex and Rebif prior to LDN.

Hopefully, things will progress with the LDN trials soon. Meanwhile, I hope to see our doctors becoming a little more knowledgeable on the subject. If they only researched as much as we do, eh?

Take care, and have a great weekend!

Kim R.

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