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If you have a condition that you feel may be helped by using Low Dose Naltrexone please click here for more information and to access our information pack.

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Are you an LDN Prescriber?

To discover more on how Low Dose Naltrexone can be used to treat your patients with many different conditions please click here. We have multiple case studies and fact sheets to help you make your mind up about prescribing LDN.

Prescribers Pathway

"The Game Changer - Cancer & LDN"

Supporters of the LDN Research Trust successfully crowdfunded a documentary to explore the ways that Low Dose Naltrexone is being used to help treat cancer. Hear from multiple oncologists about their experiences and learn more from patients who have beaten cancer how they did it.

This documentary was launched in unison with a ground-breaking medical paper detailing new methods of cancer treatment using this cheap, generic drug.

 

The 2017 LDN Conference will be in Oregon

Following our successful Orlando conference in February, we are delighted to announce that our next conference will take place in 22-24 September 2017, in Portland, Oregon. Our conferences keep on getting bigger and better, and the 2017 conference already has an outstanding speaker lineup, which will be announced in due course.

Please keep an eye out for early ticket sales information as we reveal all on this site soon.

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LDN Information pack - 2016

All you need to know about this cheap, generic drug and how it may be able to assist you in managing your condition.

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The LDN Book

The LDN book has made it to the best sellers list on Amazon and is packed with useful information and testimonies from leading doctors around the world.

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Ask About LDN!

Ask your LDN medical questions which will be answered by a healthcare professional, such as a technician, pharmacist, doctor or nurse - whichever is the most appropriate by email.

If you want to find doctors in your area who can help you please click here.