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LDN (Low Dose Naltrexone)

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  1. The chemist where prescriptions for LDN are sent to, whether via an NHS GP or privately.

    For private prescriptions, which requires an initial "consultation":
    About Private Prescriptions:
    New PRIVATE Patients Registration
    Request for consultation for Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN)
  2. Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) is a drug that may help regulate a dysfunctional immune system in autoimmune diseases such as Cancers, HIV/Aids, Fibromyalgia, MS, Crohn's etc. LDN can be prescribed "off-label" on the NHS and has few side effects. We strive to make LDN a first line treatment available for all on the NHS.
    The LDN Research Trust was founded in 2004 in the UK, although we help people around the world. The primary aim of the Trust is to initiate Clinical Trials of Low Dose Naltrexone for Autoimmune Diseases and Cancers.
    Whilst working to raise funds for trials, we have helped over 59,000 people  to obtain LDN from a General Practitioner or Consultant, either through the National Health Service or by private prescription.  We are proud to have helped people not just in the UK but in countries throughout Europe, as well as the USA, Canada, West Indies, Australia, New Zealand, and beyond. On this website and from our downloadable newsletters, you will be able to read the stories of some of these people.

    We have helped many people with MS, Crohn's, IBS, ME and Cancer to name a few. The use of LDN is spreading.

    By raising awareness of LDN and funding clinical trials that will be published for the benefit of the public, we hope to achieve our ultimate goal for everyone to be prescribed LDN on the NHS and around the world, for all conditions where LDN could be of benefit. The LDN Research Trust is a non-profit-making Registered Charity, and everyone is a volunteer. Only expenses for the running of the Charity will be taken, and these will be at cost.

    To help us continue our work to bring relief to all people with Multiple Sclerosis and other conditions, we would appreciate help with fund raising, either in cash or in kind.  You can be sure that all contributions are greatly appreciated, however small.
  3. Everything you might want to know about LDN from the LDN website in the US, where it all started.

    This not-for-profit website is sponsored by Advocates For Therapeutic Immunology. The purpose of this website is to provide information to patients and physicians about important therapeutic breakthroughs in advanced medical immunology. The authors of this site do not profit from the sale of low-dose naltrexone or from website traffic, and are in no way associated with any pharmaceutical manufacturer or pharmacy.
  4. Information on various trials being carried out for LDN. Choose MS as a condition from the drop-down at the top.
    See also: LDN Trials (international) on the US ClinicalTrials.gov website.
  5. The Wikipedia page on LDN.
  6. LDNNow are a political/pressure group of individuals dedicated to getting Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) accepted into modern medicine and dedicated to the myriad of uses it is believed it shows benefit for. These uses include autoimmune diseases and many cancers (cell proliferative diseases).
    We aim to provide factual and referenceable information about LDN and OGF for both patients and medical professionals.
  7. LDNscience™ is a public information project of the MedInsight® Research Institute. Whether you are a physician, scientist or patient, our goal is to provide you with thorough information about Low Dose Naltrexone, OGF and related therapies.

    The MedInsight® Research Institute is a U.S.-based 501©(3) non-profit working to bridge the ever-widening gap between medical research and actual medical practice. We are dedicated to bringing relief to those who suffer from cancer or chronic medical conditions by raising awareness of:

    • Commercially unsponsored medications.
    • Off-label or secondary uses for approved medications.
    • Specialized tests that enable treatments to be tailored to the individual.

    This site is intended to provide you with general information on the background, use of and evidence for LDN, OGF and related therapies, and to answer any questions on these therapies and our work.
  8. The Faces of LDN is a special free e-book, created in honour of International LDN Awareness Week (October 19-25 2009), to give the media and the public a more comprehensive, in-depth picture of the LDN Story.

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