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Low Dose Naltrexone 10/05 by Parkinsons Recovery

Lexie was diagnosed with Parkinsons Disease in October, 2008.  She tried all of the Parkinson’s medications that her neurologist prescribed. While they helped offer relief from her “symptoms” she soon became discouraged. “I knew that I was taking ‘band-aid’ medications in the form of the PD Agonists and Sinemet.  All 3 of the neurologists I conferred with said they did not expect a ‘cure’ in my lifetime.  I was only 60 years old with a thriving professional career and that was not an answer I could accept, so I started researching. 

I discovered Low Dose Naltrexone 2.5 years ago and I have never looked back.  I have now titrated off of all of my PD meds and feel and look better today than I did 3 years ago when I was first diagnosed. I am excited to share my success with LDN with all of your PD listeners. It could change their lives, as it has changed mine.” Lexie
 

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