Why I Became an LDN Advocate

Why I Became An Advocate For Low Dose Naltrexone


I am a retired chiropractor, massage therapist, registered nurse, and graduate pharmacy technician.

I put my multiple sclerosis in remission using an alternative treatment suggested by Edgar Cayce, a man many regard as the father of modern holistic medicine. It involved diet, electrotherapy, massage, keeping a positive mental attitude, and maintaining a high spiritual ideal.

Unfortunately, Cayce's treatment involves a great deal of patience and persistence and, like every other MS treatment--both conventional and alternative--it doesn't work for everyone.

I went to great lengths to bring Cayce's approach to the attention of MS sufferers in hopes that someone might be helped. I also wrote a book about my experience entitled, The Edgar Cayce Way of Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis: Vibratory Medicine. It is available here as a Kindle download:


In the process of promoting Cayce's treatment, I came across Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) in an Internet chat group at


It appeared that, by just taking a small nightly dose of LDN, MSers could achieve health benefits which were frequently quite remarkable.

I read testimony after testimony of how LDN was reducing or eliminating MS symptoms, and, in many cases, halting the progress of the disease.

I also learned that LDN was effective in treating other conditions, such as HIV/AIDS, certain types of cancer, and a whole host of autoimmune and neurodegenerative disorders. For a listing of diseases and conditions that have been helped by LDN, visit


The more I researched LDN, the more convinced I became that it is nothing short of a wonder drug, one that had tremendous potential in terms of alleviating human sickness and suffering, all at a cost anyone could afford and with minimal side effects. Who could ask for more?

I determined, therefore, to begin promoting LDN, to bring it to the attention of the countless millions who could potentially benefit from this gentle remedy.

To that end, I created (either independently or with the help of others) the websites listed as links below.

In addition, I have personally contacted literally hundreds of radio, TV, and newspaper personnel, and thousands of individuals who desperately need (or at least deserve to know about) LDN.

Because LDN has helped me keep a suspected case of prostate cancer at bay, I also created a chat group to discuss LDN in the treatment of malignancies at


Someone has said there is nothing more powerful than an idea whose time has come. I believe LDN is just such an idea, and I can't be happier or more proud to be engaged in spreading the good news about what, to me, is the greatest discovery in medicine since the advent of penicillin.

If you have questions, comments, or suggestions, please feel free to contact me at


Hoping that you have found the information in this website both helpful and hopeful, I am,

Very sincerely,

Dudley Delany, R.N., M.A., D.C.


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An Introduction To Low Dose Naltrexone

How To Obtain Low Dose Naltrexone

Drugs To Avoid When Taking Low Dose Naltrexone

Side Effects and Dosing of Low Dose Naltrexone

Conditions Responsive to Low Dose Naltrexone

An Open Letter to People With Multiple Sclerosis

Low Dose Naltrexone: The German MS Study

Treating Autism With Low Dose Naltrexopne

Treating Cancer With Low Dose Naltrexone

Treating Crohn's Disease With Low Dose Naltrexone

Treating Fibromyalgia With Low Dose Naltrexone

Treating Hailey-Hailey's Disease With Low Dose Naltrexone

Treating Hashimoto's Disease With Low Dose Naltrexone

Treating Hepatitis B With Low Dose Naltrexone

Treating HIV/AIDS With Low Dose Naltrexone

Treating Lupus With Low Dose Naltrexone

Treating Parkinson's With Low Dose Naltrexone

Treating Self-Injury With Low Dose Naltrexone

Celia's Low Dose Naltrexone Testimonial

Hope for Rheumatoid Arthritis: Low Dose Naltrexone

Treating RSD/CRPS With Low Dose Naltrexone

Treating Depression With Low Dose Naltrexone

Treating PTSD With Dose Naltrexone

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