i have encountered a thread in the hepatitis c forum regarding dr. berkson and his triple antioxidant treatment strategy and the use of low dose naltrexone (LDN) in treating patients. in a post there, i can remember, Joyce a moderator there who has a child with hepatitis b allegedly recovered from hepatitis b with the use of LDN.
What is your current stand on the efficacy of this treatment approach? i have searched through the web regarding this treatment and have seen it as either a real "magic pill" or just plain pseudoscience. Is there anyone here in this community starting or have started this treatment on LDN. please relay your pre- and post-treatment results. we need laboratory evidence to back this up if ever this treatment is really working and not just anectodal unsubstantiated reports. thanks
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