Low Dose Naltrexone Online Lecture and Book Launch with Mark Drugs
Mark Drugs will present a lecture and book launch at 4 p.m., October 14, covering an “old” drug, Naltrexone, and how it can be used to reduce the symptoms of autoimmune and chronic diseases such as chronic fatigue syndrome, multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, Lyme, Lupus, Hashimoto’s thyroiditis and Crohn’s at one-tenth the dose of the commercially available tablets. The virtual event will include three speakers.
Linda Elsegood, from the Low Dose Naltrexone Research Trust, editor of The LDN Book volumes 1 and 2, will highlight the latest research behind Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) and which conditions it is currently being studied for.
Dr. Sarah Zielsdorf, with Motivated Medicine, in Downers Grove, will discuss her experience as a prescriber and patient using LDN.
Mark Drug pharmacist Craig Batagowski, Pharm.D., will discuss the pharmacist’s prospective, how this safe, non-toxic drug can be formulated, potential interactions and what to expect.
Registration: $10; $32 with The LDN Book Volume 2; $49 with volumes 1 and 2. Register at LDNResearchTrust.org/ldn-book2. Books available to order or purchase at Mark Drugs with free shipping and handling. Call Mark Drugs at 847-419-9898 or visit MarkDrugs.com.