Here is the list of what I take and what I do, at this time in my life (it has changed many times) to be well and get well. My goal is, and had been, since July 2005, to become cancer-free. Others have done it and so can I. (By implication, you can too!) There […]
Posts tagged ‘low-dose naltrexone’
Naltrexone is available by prescription only, whether for chronic lymphocytic leukemia or for any other condition. In its low-dose form, naltrexone is available only from a compounding pharmacy. It is important that you NOT get naltrexone in its slow-release form. You want to get all the benefits of your dosage while you sleep. Here is […]
I like to keep a file of possible protocols (read: cures) so that I have something to fall back on should there be a less-than-stellar blood test. Low-dose naltrexone was in that file for more than a year before I was able to use it for chronic lymphocytic leukemia.