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.
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.
May 2018 is Lyme Disease awareness month and we are excited to let you know our film on Lyme disease and how Low Dose Naltrexone can be used to assist those suffering with Lyme Disease is launched today on our website.
We interviewed many of the world’s leading doctors, practitioners and testers to produce the film and you can view for FREE on the LDN Research Trust website here.
At this time we would like to extend our thanks to all who made the film possible either by giving up their time or through a donation that made it possible.
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.
This video was crowd funded on Start Some Good. It attempts to tell the story of LDN and questions why LDN (Low Dose Naltrexone) is not prescribed more widely.
We hear from several doctors and are witness to two remarkable success stories from the UK and the USA. In particular the video explores the story behind 7 year old Jacob Velazquez in Miami.
The film was produced for the LDN Research Trust, a UK based charity. It is hoped with wider knowledge of LDN that a move towards clinical trials of this drug will accelerate.
This video should be viewed by patients, doctors and health practitioners alike to broaden their knowledge in the uses of Low Dose Naltrexone.
This is your chance to call in and ask your questions!