Jill Cottel, MD - LDN in Primary Care - Case Studies (2016 Conference) (LDN, low dose naltrexone)
In this presentation at the LDN Research Trust's Low Dose Naltrexone conference, Dr Cottel gives us a brief descriptions of her latest case studies covering first a gentleman with post-polio syndrome and his remarkable recovery when prescribed Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN).
Secondly, a lady with Fibromyalgia with pain, fatigue and brain fog and her positive changes due to taking Low Dose Naltrexone.
The third case study is about a woman with a 20-year history of fibromyalgia. Over that 20 year period she'd tried multiple treatments which all failed. Once prescribed LDN this lady had a good response within a week and by month one was pain free.
The fourth and fifth cases are together as they’re 14-year-old twin girls with Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis. Both girls had been on immunosuppressants for many years to no great effect. They were prescribed Low Dose Naltrexone; one twin saw good results within a week and the second twin took much longer but eventually both were much better than they had been since the onset of their RA.
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