Wednesday, 24 March 2010

Conference offers hope for people with MS

A newsletter update from the Essential Health clinic:
The European LDN Conference will be held in Glasgow on 24th April 2010.
We wanted to tell you about an important event taking place this April. If you suffer from, or know of people effected by MS (Multiple Sclerosis), or other debilitating inflammatory conditions such as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia, you will be very interested in The 2nd European LDN Conference.

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Taking place in Glasgow on 24th April, 2010 at the Thistle Hotel in Cambridge Street, The 2010 European LDN conference is again organised by Dr Tom Gilhooly of the Essential Health Clinic in Glasgow with support from Linda Elsegood and the LDN Research Trust. According to Dr Gilhooly, “Following the success of last year’s inaugural conference, we are returning to Glasgow. There have been a number of important developments in the past year and this year’s conference is set to be a landmark event.” The conference is sponsored and supported online by BIG ON Glasgow.

LDN – Low Dose Naltrexone – was initially developed as a treatment in the United States in the 1980s. Working with opiate addicted patients, it was realised that in low doses, Naltrexone could actually be used to increase endorphin levels, effective in the treatment of MS. It was first used as a treatment for MS in 1985.
More Information
The conference website  contains the agenda, registration form, venue details plus more information, news and videos on LDN. The website also offers the opportunity to join BIG ON LDN forums.

How to BookYou can book online, securely via the Essential Health Clinic website.