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    Watch the video on this site to understand how LDN works!!!

    http://www.ldnscience.org/
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    Hi Sally,

    I watched the video and I also read some of the comments by people on LDN. I am not a candidate for LDN because I am on an interferon - at least that is what I was told many years ago. I was directed to a pharmacy by someone on this board and I called and spoke with them. They said people on Copaxone may take it but not people on interferon.

    Thanks for posting.:)
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    :) Found this article on LDN posted on another website:

    http://beforeitsnews.com/story/1051/...altrexone.html

    Jeanie :)

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    Thanks so much, Jeannie for posting this informative news!!
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    I know LDN helps a lot of people but it did absolutely nothing for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JTwin View Post
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    I know LDN helps a lot of people but it did absolutely nothing for me.
    I'm sorry it didn't work for you, JT.
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    Its a very interesting subject. Big pharma ( cosnpiracy mode -on) dont like cheap therapies like LDN becuase its only about $20 a month.

    Regulate your immune system by endorphins modulation. Its real science, not snake oil this time.

    Its held back bty big pharma without a doubt , they dont want to hear about it. I can get it prescribed , privately here in the Uk , but alas i'm on IFN beta just now.
    Graham
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    11 lesions to date. IFnBeta Jan 09.

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    I wonder if LDN has been used ever to treat myeloproliferative syndromes. I have two of them, Polycythemia Vera (in which I had too many red cells and platelets manufactured by the bone marrow, caused by a mutation) and Monoclonal Gammopathy. I have not been able to tolerate Chemo. My iron and ferritin is very low due to having phlebotomies. my only treatment option offered now would be Radioactive Phosphorus to knock out some of my platelets, which are over a million, which might case a stroke. I have been controlling with aspirin and other blood thinners and diet. I looked up the source which Sally listed and did not find any use of LDN for these diseases, but I see a wide variety of diseases there.

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