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Dr Jarred Younger - Gave an insight into LDN - Low Dose Naltrexone- for pain etc

Dr Jarred Younger - Gave an insight into LDN - Low Dose Naltrexone- for pain etc

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Dr Jarred Younger talks about LDN - Low Dose Naltrexone and Trials and Studies. This interview gives an insight to LDN. March 8th 2017

Dr. Jarrad Younger is a Research Scientist doing studies on chronic pain and fatigue through neuro-imaging of the brain.
He has done many pilot studies on diseases like Fibromyalgia, MS, and Rheumatoid Arthritis.
His clinical trials include LDN and how it works. His many published studies will accelerate the FDA approval of LDN and make it more understood and utilized.
You will enjoy the exciting information from this knowledgeable, imaginative and creative researcher.

Review by Ken Bruce


Donna Sabo Perkoski

Very helpful.


Thank you, I will be sure to pass on the message.

Phyllis Seals

Dr. Younger, I hold you and your research team in the highest regard. Your work is fascinating and of vital importance.
I also believe that your work might be the only hope for the future of those suffering with 'Gulf War Syndrome - which many believe is actually Anthrax vaccination injury. Even though, it will be an uphill battle against Big Pharma, the FDA and the VA.
Thanks for all you do!


Thanks Phyllis I will be sure to show Dr Jarred Younger your Message.

Kenneth Bruce

Very interesting interview, particularly Dr Young's studies on detecting pain levels through scans. It's great to see that studies are underway on the LDN effects on various ailments. My wife with MS is having excellent results in taking 3.5 MG in the AM for 4 years. No new leisons on her annual MRI's. She has a painful scoliosis and takes 5mg of oxy IR at bed time with no problem. Enjoy your show every week! Thanks Linda


I appreciate your encouraging comments Kenneth, have you listened to all the recordings?

I will share your comment with Dr Jarred Younger, thank you!