Mia from the United States shares her Cancer & Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) Story

Mia takes Low Dose Naltrexone for a rare aggressive form of cancer; nasal pharyngeal carcinoma which was diagnosed in 2006 when she was 43.

She underwent conventional treatment - surgery to remove the tumour in the nasal cavity followed by a year of concurrent radio and chemotherapy. Keen to change her lifestyle and boost her weakened immune system Mia sought a functional medical practitioner and found Dr John Hart in a region where Lyme disease was prevalent. He had seen many patients with compromised immune systems and prescribed them LDN which he and his whole family were also taking.

She has taken LDN along with her husband since 2007. The risk of recurrence of this form of cancer is high but Mia has stayed well and been in total remission.

When her dog suffered anal fissures and the vet said it was incurable she gave him LDN too and a fortnight later it had healed. The vet now prescribes it to his animal patients and takes it himself. She has introduced it to several other medical practitioners and states that in the USA it is now used to treat pharyngeal carcinoma, which is a rare, aggressive head and neck cancer.

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