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Listen to LDN Prescribers, Researchers, Pharmacists from around the world!

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Upcoming Shows


Wednesday, April 3, 2019



Carrie shares her LDN and  PHN - CRPS from Shingle's story.

Martha Grout, MD

Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Martha M. Grout, M.D., M.D.(H), brings a diverse and rich background of training and experience to her profession of healing. Having earned her A.B. degree from Radcliffe College (Harvard University), she went on to earn an M.D. from the Medical College of Pennsylvania with a specialization in emergency medicine. Her Scottsdale integrative medical center is dedicated to the natural treatment of cancer, Lyme disease, diabesity (cardiometabolic), irritable bowel and other chronic diseases.

She has done extensive study in acupuncture, functional medicine, Lyme disease, environmental medicine, insulin-potentiated therapy for low dose cancer treatment among other modalities for healing and, in addition, has traveled to China and Mongolia to further her knowledge of Eastern medical practices. The Arizona Center for Advanced Medicine endeavors to treat the whole person — body, mind and spirit — and in searching for the root cause to a patient’s symptoms. The Center continues successfully to serve patients from the United States, Canada, Europe and Asia. Dr. Grout is the author of numerous article in various medical journals as well as a co-author of the award-winning book An Alphabet of Good Health in a Sick World (2010). As she states on her website: “American mainstream medicine is wonderful in acute emergency situations, but for chronic diseases brought on by genetics, diet and lifestyle, allopathic medicine is not much help. I do not see that pharmaceutical medicine helps people heal from chronic illness.”

Pharmacists David Kazarian

Wednesday, April 17, 2019

David Kazarian, BSPharm, CP, RPh photo_0.jpgDavid Kazarian, CEO of Infuserve America and President of the Kazarian Group and Isak Computing  has more than 50 years experience in long-term care, compounding pharmacy and pharmacy administration has serviced numerous facilities in the State of Connecticut as a vendor and consultant pharmacist.  He earned a bachelors degree in pharmacy at the University of Florida’s school of Pharmacy, and has taken numerous courses in psychology, embryology,  and other health sciences since graduation.  Kazarian currently is CEO of Infuserve America, a pharmacy corporation that service the home infusion market place, compounds specialty products and is active in clinical trials.  He also is president of a consulting company, The Kazarian Group, that consults to attorneys, the insurance industry and the pharmaceutical industry.  He also founded two other companies, Pharmetric Lab and Isak Computing.

Past experience in teaching included clinical instructor, at the University of Connecticut’s school of Pharmacy, he has lectured at the University of Florida’s school of Pharmacy and was also an instructor at Hartford Hospital’s school for respiratory therapists.

Kazarian was the pharmacy partner in a company that automated nursing home pharmacy in the State of Connecticut.  His “Autoscript” computer system was the first in the state and he continues to use software in his consulting practice that is “home grown” and responds to the needs of his patients.  He also served on the board of directors for more than two decades of MTS Medication Technology Systems, a company that automates the dispensing of medication and packaging of products for the extended care industry.  Kazarian also served on the board of directors of a nursing home organization that operated non profit long term care facilities, as well as a charity that made wheel chairs available for those who could not afford them.  His other charitable contributions were presiding as president of the Cystic Fibrosis Association, and served as a member of the America Red Cross and the American Lung Association.

Kazarian has presented and testified at the Florida Board of Pharmacy and the California Board of pharmacy in the area of Bioluminescence and sterility of compounded preparations.

Areas of interest are compounding pharmacy as well as the pharmacotherapy of pain management, treatment of dementia in the elderly, anemia of chronic kidney disease and medication safety for the elderly and automated systems to track details of his patient population and regulatory aspects of various laws that inhibit innovation.  Kazarian is very involved in Bioluminescence as it pertains to the indication of sterility of compounded pharmaceutical products and sterility of water. 

Kazarian was vice president if I.V. Services of America before he moved to Florida and founded Infuserve America, a home infusion service providing infused products to several states across the nation as well as many patients in the Tampa Bay area.  Infuserve America also has provided several other IV firms with doses in emergencies.  Infuserve America provided TPN for patients at a Hospice in Polk county as well as Pinellas county.  He is also the founder and president of Pharmetric Lab, a company that offers services to pharmacies that compound sterile products in the United States.  Infuserve America has been compounding products for years including glutathione, methylcobalain and low dose naltrexone.

Kazarian has served as a consultant to attorneys as expert witness, Insurance Case Management and to other consulting firms. He is currently and has been on, speaker’s bureaus of companies such as Amgen, Pfizer, and Johnson & Johnson.  Kazarian Group Consultants also offered consulting services to SurgiCenters in Pinellas County.

Kazarian has spoken at many meetings of various pharmacy associations, trade groups and recently at a meeting of the Clinical Trials Transformation Initiative. CTTI Mobile Clinical Trials, Legal and Regulatory Project is a partnership of many stakeholders involved in clinical trials along with many employees of the FDA.  At that meeting Kazarian was asked to speak about regulatory barriers to innovation.

Kazarian has been a member of numerous pharmacy associations including, the American Society of Consultant Pharmacists, American Pharmaceutical Association, American Society of Health System Pharmacists, The National Association of Retail Pharmacists and also local associations such as the Connecticut Pharmaceutical Association and the Florida Pharmacists Association. He has served as the President, Vice President, Member of the board and several counsels of the American Society of Consultant Pharmacists as well as held offices in the Hartford County Pharmacists association.  As past president of the American Society of Consultant Pharmacists, David Kazarian serves on the Counsel of Past Presidents of the society and a finance advisory committee.

Silvia Panitch MD

Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Dr Panitch is board certified in Internal Medicine, Functional Medicine practitioner, acupuncturist, certified in Homeopathy and certified in the Bredesen Protocol for reversal of Alzheimer’s disease.

She is the owner and medical director of Lakeview Integrative Medicine in Chicago Illinois USA.

She has extensive experience in many fields including Neurodegenerative diseases, autoimmunity, hormonal imbalance, digestive disorders, mental illness nutrition, mold and other environmental illness.

By using the road map of functional medicine, we find the root causes of our patient’s complaints.

We believe in upstream medicine, listening to the patient’s life story, back where the disease originated and with our desire to make people well and not just manage her symptoms.

Kathleen from the US

Wednesday, May 1, 2019

Kathleen from the US share her Adhesive Arachnoiditis and LDN Journey.

Lauren from England

Wednesday, May 1, 2019

Lauren from the England talks about CFS/MS, Fibromyalgia, Ehlers Danlos and Low Dose Naltrexone.

Dr Anna Cabeca

Wednesday, May 8, 2019

Dr. Anna Cabeca, is triple board-certified and a fellow of gynecology and obstetrics, integrative medicine, and anti-aging and regenerative medicine. She has special certifications in functional medicine, sexual health, and bioidentical hormone replacement therapy. She is known for her work using natural alternatives and traditional healing modalities for managing menopause successfully. She is the creator of the highly acclaimed virtual transformation programs Women’s Restorative Health, Sexual CPR, and Magic Menopause. The creator of the alkaline superfoods drink Mighty Maca Plus and the vulvar anti-aging cream Julva , she has been interviewed by all major television networks and has been featured in InStyle, HuffPost, and Mind Body Green . She lives on Saint Simons Island, Georgia, with her four daughters and her dog, Sandy. 

Dr Kelly Neil

Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Kelly Neil is a Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) who specializes in Internal Medicine. She received her master’s degree from California State University in 2001. Went on to receive her Doctorate (DNP) in Clinical Practice from Case Western Reserve. Kelly has greater than twenty years’ experience in the medical industry, specifically dedicated in preventive care and internal medicine. She practices with integrity, efficiency, and the understanding that each patients needs will be different. She has always felt that it is important to maintain an optimistic perspective in all aspects of life; she strives to give her patients this outlook as well.  

Pain Specialist Neel Mehta, MD

Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Neel D. Mehta, M.D., is the Director of the Weill Cornell Pain Management Center and an Assistant Professor of Clinical Anesthesiology at Weill Cornell Medical College.  He also serves as a Co-Director of the Center for Comprehensive Spine Care, Medical Director of 14 South Amenities Unit, and Advisory Board Member to the Patient Experience Task Force and Integrative Medicine Center. He is a Director-at Large-of the New York Society of Interventional Pain Physicians and President-Elect of the Eastern Pain Association.  
Dr. Mehta completed his fellowship in Interventional Pain Medicine in the Tri-Institutional Pain Medicine Fellowship at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center, Hospital for Special Surgery, and Memorial-Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.
Embodying Weill Cornell’s tripartite mission, Dr. Mehta delivers superior patient care, conducts groundbreaking research, and educates doctors-in-training in the field of pain medicine.  His clinical area of expertise is in musculoskeletal pain of the back, neck, and joints, post-operative pain, neuropathic disorders, pelvic pain, and cancer and cancer-treatment related pain.
His work has been featured on New York 1 and ABC-7 television, and he has discussed the history of pain on National Public Radio.  Dr. Mehta was an invited expert on Facebook Patient Chats for the Neuropathy Association of America, and has led courses in Barcelona, Spain and Mumbai, India training the next generation of international pain medicine physicians.
Dr. Mehta is leading efforts to help improve the patient experience for those undergoing surgery, while advancing the field of knowledge in chronic pain and spinal cord stimulation.  He has authored over 30 peer-reviewed papers, chapters and abstracts.

Russell from the US

Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Russell from the US Shares his amazing story with us. Russell uses LDN for Hyperthyroidism, Graves Disease and Non Hodgkin's Lymphoma

Andrea-Maria from Romanian

Wednesday, June 5, 2019

Andrea-Maria from Romanian shares her Low Dose Naltrexone and Multiple Sclerosis Journey.

April from the US

Wednesday, June 5, 2019

April from the US shares her Multiple Sclerosis and Low Dose Naltrexone Stories

Dr Monica Bolton

Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Dr Monica Bolton discusses her LDN published paper.

How do you know LDN is safe? That’s important if you are starting LDN, or wondering if it is safe to stay on for a long time. Data on safety comes from clinical trials initially. As yet, there are too few clinical trials of LDN alone, but there’s lots of data from clinical trials of naltrexone.

We have just published some research about the safety of naltrexone – and it’s good news!

Bolton et al, Serious adverse events reported in placebo randomized controlled trials of oral naltrexone: a systematic review and meta-analysis. BMC Medicine (2019) 17:10
This is a link to access the full research paper;

Pharmacist Rosella Pirulli Menta

Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Pharmacist Rosella Pirulli Menta. I am a pharmacist who specializes in Bio Identical Hormone Therapy. I am licensed in three states, New York (1991) , Florida (2003) and Connecticut(2012).  I am also a certified Naturopath.(1999) After graduating from St. John’s University  in 1991, I decided that helping patients achieve wellness was my ultimate goal.
Being a mother of 5 children and having a great career, I realized that I wanted to make a difference in the field of pharmacy. Working behind a counter was not my ultimate objective. My passion was to meet with patients face to face and help them change their lifestyle by educating them about their concerns. There is a lot of confusing information that can make a patient apprehensive and scared to make the right step. With the help of their doctor, I can help develop a plan that will fulfill their individual needs.
The most rewarding part of what I do is monitoring a patients progress and guide them in achieving a better road to health. There is no greater joy than to see a smiling face and having a patient thank me for changing their life for the better. Please feel free to call me. I can set up an appointment and guide and support you on your journey of achieving wellness!

Laura Dankof, FNP

Wednesday, June 26, 2019

Laura Dankof is a function medicine nurse practitioner, speaker, and author of Seeds 4 Change: A Path to Health and Healing and has over 25 years of experience working in health care. She is the founder of and offers virtual and in person consultations to help people heal their gut, balance their hormones and reclaim their health and vitality.


Laura has been a guest speaker at conferences and has spoken on topics related to natural and functional medicine. Her mission is to provide you with health information that empowers you to take charge of your own health and healing. She believes that health and healing is about getting to the root cause and addressing the whole person. This means addressing the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual needs of the individual. 


In her work she has guided thousands of people over the years to identify the root cause or causes of their symptoms so they can begin to heal. She has seen how implementing a healthy lifestyle can lead to living a life of greater health and vitality and how addressing gut health and managing stress are key to wellness optimization.


Wednesday, July 3, 2019

Cindy from the US shares her Multiple Sclerosis Story.


Wednesday, July 3, 2019

Charlotte from the US shares her Hashimoto's and LDN story with us.

Tarek El-Ansary Pharm.D

Wednesday, July 10, 2019

Tarek El-Ansary Pharm.D graduated with a Pharm.D. in 1998 from University of the Pacific School of Pharmacy.  I had worked at a few chain pharmacies for my first 8 years of my career.  It was quite frustrating for me, due to my passion for working with patients and the obstacles that stand in the way of that with the big chain pharmacies.  Mainly being understaffed with very high volumes.  Finally in 2006, I bought my first pharmacy, and ran it in a way, that I could interact with patients, and really make a difference in their medical needs.  In late 2013, I wanted to give myself a new challenge, and open a compounding pharmacy.  This really opened me up, to a very different approach to medicine vs the conventional approach of western civilization.  My job is much more rewarding now, in practicing integrative medicine, with compounding.  The relationships I have with patients and their physicians, is on a much higher level than it ever was before.  LDN is one of the most exciting new therapies, given its very broad medical use and nearly non-existent adverse effects.   

David Borenstein, MD

Wednesday, July 17, 2019

David Borenstein, MD obtained his medical degree from the Technion Faculty of Medicine in Haifa, Israel and completed his internship at Staten Island University Hospital. He has completed residencies at University Hospital at Stony Brook; Westchester County Medical Center; and St. Charles Hospital and Rehabilitation Center.

During the course of his career he has attended numerous specialized training courses in order to expand the scope of his medical expertise. He is board certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, certified in Medical Acupuncture, and is a member of numerous professional societies.

Dr. Borenstein has held many prestigious clinical appointments and positions in leading medical facilities. He has been published in the European Journal of Ultrasound and has been the Chief Investigator on a research project on Spinal Cord Injuries. He has conducted medical missions in North Korea, Ghana, Cuba, and other countries.

After his residency, Dr. Borenstein was involved with an integrative medical center and became impressed by the effectiveness of the treatments that were offered there. The experience led him to incorporate integrative approaches – including prolotherapy and stem cell therapy — into his medical practice. Getting to know his patients, listening to them, and understanding the symptoms are the
starting points for his treatment protocols.

Dr. Borenstein’s areas of specialization do not exist in isolation – patients are diagnosed and treated in an integrative manner to promote both the overall recovery and continuing good health. In his own words his “greatest feeling of accomplishment comes from helping make real changes in people’s lives, especially after they’ve been through a difficult time.”

Christian Stella, PharmD

Wednesday, July 24, 2019

Christian Stella PharmD RPh is a 4th generation pharmacist and has been the Pharmacist in Charge for Precision Compounding Pharmacy since its inception.  He oversees and is responsible for all aspects of clinical operations. 
Christian received his PharmD from St. John's University School of Pharmacy in 2016 and is a compounding pharmacy specialist. 
Through PCCA, Christian is also a registered Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) specialist.  Throughout his extensive training at PCCA, Christian has also become knowledgeable in Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) that treats a variety of health conditions. 
Through his practice, Christian has witnessed how LDN truly benefits his patient’s quality of life.
On a daily basis, Christian routinely interacts with doctors and their patients creating a triad of care between the patient, the doctor and the pharmacist.  He consults and subsequently customizes a complete pharmaceutical regimen for the patient.
In Precision Pharmacy’s sports medicine division, ProScripts Christian works closely with professional athletes and their trainers to create formulations to help with injuries, scars, bruises, muscle cramping and muscle soreness.  Christian and his compounding team are committed to world-class patient care and ultimate satisfaction.  By listening to the needs of the trainers as well as the athlete, he addresses the various problems and concerns of each professional athlete individually.
Christian’s new fabrications have made it possible for the sports medicine division, ProScripts to expand and thrive in the competitive field of professional sports medicine.