Wilkinson was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in her
early 30s, and every time she went to the doctor’s, she
received worse and worse news. It wasn’t long before she
had to give up her career and be cared for by her
husband. But when she was prescribed an electric
wheelchair to help with her mobility, she decided to do
a little research. That’s when she came across
a medicine that was developed in the 1960s to aid addicts
detoxing off of heroin. But because it works by essentially
healing the immune system, it can now be used to treat a
multitude of disorders from MS to cancer to autism. After
getting on Naltrexone, Samantha’s MS instantly felt better.
She went from being prescribed that electric wheelchair to
hiking and climbing without even needing a cane. It made a
world of difference.
But in this
interview with Elaine Moore, the author of The Promise Of
Low Dose Naltrexone Therapy, you’ll hear the purely
monetary reason Samantha had to struggle to get this drug
prescribed to her, the amazing ways Naltrexone can be used
in treatment today, and how to get your hands on it if you
think you could benefit from it.
You’ll Also Hear…
Naltrexone was developed such a long time ago, it’s a
generic drug now, and there’s no money in it anymore. Sadly,
this “no money” factor is why you won’t see it advertised.
It’s also why it doesn’t get funding for the kinds of
studies that would allow it to be approved to treat certain
disorders. But in this interview, you’ll hear the many
benefits it can give, and how to get it prescribed if you
think you can benefit from it.
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