The Ortho Molecular Answer

Another MS Breakthrough!

It's called Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN), and it's turning the Multiple Sclerosis community on it's head!

LDN was used by Dr. Bihari to treat 400 patients with MS, and during that time only 2 had any sort of new disease activity.

If you have MS, or know anyone who does, you need to look into LDN immediately.  There is no money in LDN for pharma companies, since the patent has expired and it is now a generic drug, so you won't hear about it from your doctor or pharmacist.

Therefore, you need to learn about it yourself, and insist upon finding it.  

I am on LDN now, and have been feeling great!

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LDN in full doses has been used by people to quick smoking and drug addictions.