We aim to raise awareness of Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) to the medical profession and people with auto immune disease, such as Multiple Sclerosis, Fibromyalgia, Crohn's, and Cancer to name just a few.
The LDN Research Trust is organising the "International LDN 2014 AIIC Conference" to inform and educate the medical profession and the public of the benefits of LDN.
The "International LDN 2014 AIIC (Autoimmune & Immune Modulated Conditions) Conference" is a charity event and will be held November 6, 2014 through November 8, 2014. The purpose of this conference will be to educate, inform, and share information on LDN (Low Dose Naltrexone) with Medical Doctors and Professionals from all over the world.
There are 14 Medical Doctors, along with various other Medical professionals speaking to their peers and to the public. The goal is to raise awareness for LDN, which has been FDA approved since 1985.
This inexpensive, extremely safe drug has been used by hundreds of thousands of people throughout the world to ease their symptoms, and usually stop the progression of their autoimmune diseases. Most Doctors are not aware of the immune modulating characteristics of this drug and the positive effect it has on the immune system.
This conference will allow other Doctors to educate their peers by explaining in detail their personal and professional experiences of LDN on various types of autoimmune diseases. This conference will be Live Streamed, in order for people all over the world to be able to access it.
To date, we have helped over 16,000 people research and gain information about LDN in order to help them obtain a LDN prescription from their Doctors.
LDN ResearchTrust aims to:
- Our goal is for everyone diagnosed with an autoimmune disease to be offered LDN as a fist-line treatment on the NHS. We wish to continue to offer resources and info to all in their quest for LDN.
Established: February 2004
Registered Charity Number: 1106636
Board members: 4
Phone number: 01603 279 014
Address: PO Box 1083 Buxton Norwich NR10 5WYView charity accounts on the Charity Commission website
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