Low-dose Naltrexone

FDA-approved this drug. Reports from researcher say that in a low dose, it can boost the immune system in a way that benefits those with certain types of cancer.

It has been studied in over 200 cancer patients and information has been submitted. From a recent news release (Advocates for Therapeutic Immunology sent to us:

"Dr. Bihari would like to encourage the medical establishment and pharmaceutical companies to expand the clinical testing of this drug so that its effectiveness can be more scientifically evaluated. The National Cancer Institute has invited Dr. Bihari to present his experiences with LDN treatment in cancer patients. The presentation hopefully will lead to sponsorship of clinical trials through the auspices of the NCI."


Low Dose Naltrexone

LINK to site with information

Treating Cancer with Low Dose Naltrexone

LINK "Naltrexone is a medication the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved in 1984 for the treatment of heroin and opium addiction. In very low doses, it appears to be amazingly effective in treating the cancers listed here".

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