Sue from England shares her Cancer & Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) Story

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Sue was diagnosed with secondary melanoma in her lymph nodes in her groin in 2000.  Seven years prior to that she’d had a small spot on her leg which was removed and analysed and she was told that it was all clear - unfortunately it wasn’t clear at all and so continued to spread untreated. For the secondary melanoma Sue was put on a five year trial of interferon which, at the end of the trial, actually worked, there were no signs of cancer.  Then in 2008 Sue started to suffer spasms and went to see her GP who sent her for tests. Sue was then diagnosed with several brain tumours, more lymph nodes cancers and lung cancer. Sue had a tumour removed from her brain that year and gamma knife treatment on other tumours that were too deep to operate on. She had many operations to remove other tumours that could be reached and had her right kidney removed. The tumours were pretty much everywhere.  

Sue started taking Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) in 2010 and as of 2013 her scans have shown all clear, the tumours reduced and disappeared.  A remarkable story from a remarkable woman who has been through so much.

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