Dr Ronald Hoffman shares his Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) experience on ehe LDN Radio Show with Linda Elsegood.
Dr Ronald Hoffman is the founder and medical director of the Hoffman Center, New York’s oldest complementary medicine center. He's also the host of ‘Health Talk’, America's longest running physician-hosted radio program.
Dr Hoffman first came across Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) in the 1980s when faced with a HIV patient. At the time there was no conventional treatment, but new approaches were emerging at the time in New York, headed by Dr Bernard Bihari.
One of such pioneering approaches was the use of LDN as a medication to treat drug addiction while also having a positive effect on the body’s immune response. Fascinated by Dr Bihari’s findings, Dr Hoffman has been a strong advocate of LDN since.
This is a summary of Dr Ronald Hoffman’s interview. Please listen to the rest of Dr Hoffman’s story by clicking on the video above.