We’ve mentioned before how one of our readers claims to have read once that, on an average, it takes 17 years for medical breakthroughs to become common practice!!!!!!!!
i.e. for up to 17 years the people, you and I, are unable to find anyone who will help us to get the benefits of a medical breakthrough.
Low Dose Naltrexone is said to be a medical breakthrough. In fact, on the internet it’s being claimed by some to be the greatest medical breakthrough in 50 years. But with LDN, there are factors which may make it longer than 17 years for people to get it’s benefits, perhaps much longer.
Over the years, we’ve sent emails to 30 or 40 Neurologists, mainly in Sydney, asking them if advising on LDN and perhaps prescribing it is something that they do, and if not, whether they can recommend anyone who does – and we’ve only ever got 3 replies, each telling us that it’s not something that they do, and that they can’t recommend anyone who does.
So, today, (on 5 Apr. 2019,) we’ve started sending out emails like this to Neurologists – some to ones we’ve emailed before and some to new ones.
We’ll let you know if we get any good replies, even one. And if any readers know of anyone who does this, please, please, please, let us know.
Email us on firstname.lastname@example.org.