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Working... ► Play all kevhandel7 videosNo viewsUpdated today Play all Sign in to YouTube Sign in History Sign in to add this to Watch Later Add to Loading playlists... (Soundcloud) Interview ALA w/ Dr.Burt Berkson. Burton M. Berkson MD MS PhD. Integrative Medical Center. HONEST MEDICINE: My Dream for the Future: Burt Berkson, MD, PhD, Talks With Honest Medicine About His Work and Our Medical System: The Interview Transcribed. He sent the lipoic acid to me.

HONEST MEDICINE: My Dream for the Future: Burt Berkson, MD, PhD, Talks With Honest Medicine About His Work and Our Medical System: The Interview Transcribed

I picked it up at the Cleveland airport about three hours later. The commercial pilot handed it to me. I ran back to the hospital and injected it into these two people for a period of two weeks. And in two weeks, they regenerated their livers fully. And they’re still alive and well, in their 80s, thirty some years later. (NOTE: One of the people whom Dr. I was all excited. JULIA SCHOPICK – They were actually angry at you? DR. I said, “Do you want to know what I did?” 2010-01-22 Burt Berkson MD PhD Cancer and Liver Disease Treatment With Lipoic Acid And Naltrexone. Cancer Treatment Combining Lipoic Acid and Naltrexone, and, Lipoic Acid's Use As An Effective Cure for Severe Liver Disease An Interview With Burt Berkson, M.D., PhD.

2010-01-22 Burt Berkson MD PhD Cancer and Liver Disease Treatment With Lipoic Acid And Naltrexone

January 22, 2010, by Kirkham R. Hamilton, PA-C © copyright 2010, Prescription 2000, Inc.www.prescription2000.com Download as PDF | Return To Audio Interview KIRK HAMILTON: Hi, my name is Kirk Hamilton, your host of Staying Healthy Today, and our mission is simple: To provide you credible usable health information from interviews and our educational resources to help you Stay and Be Well in the busy modern world. AntiCancer: Q&A With Dr Burt Berkson - Low Dose Naltrexone and Alpha Lipoic Acid. A couple of years ago I found an extraordinary paper in the journal Integrative Cancer Therapies which described a number of cases in which patients with advanced pancreatic cancers had responded to therapy with low dose naltrexone and alpha lipoic acid.

AntiCancer: Q&A With Dr Burt Berkson - Low Dose Naltrexone and Alpha Lipoic Acid

It was a paper that positively demanded following up with a clinical trial, but although I checked up periodically no trial was forthcoming. However, the recent LDN Aware DVD included an interview with the man behind that paper, Dr Burt Berkson. I am pleased to say that Dr Berkson agreed to answer a few questions for Anticancer.org.uk, the first part of which appears below. Healing Liver Cirrhosis: Dr. Burt Berkson - A Pioneer in the Fight Against Liver Disease. UPDATE August 2015: I just want to point out that it IS possible to get too much of any supplement, including the Berkson protocol.

Healing Liver Cirrhosis: Dr. Burt Berkson - A Pioneer in the Fight Against Liver Disease

Even Dr. Berkson will acknowledge this, but I want to make sure you guys know this. If you are going to do this protocol, you should do it carefully, and you should monitor yourself very carefully, and you should still be under a doctor's care. Feature - OCCAM Newsletter spring 2012. A panel of researchers and clinicians was convened by the National Cancer Institute (NCI) on March 19, 2012 for presentations and a roundtable discussion about “The State of the Science of Alpha-Lipoic Acid plus Low-Dose Naltrexone for the Treatment of Cancer.”

Feature - OCCAM Newsletter spring 2012

The meeting was hosted by the NCI Office of Cancer Complementary and Alternative Medicine (OCCAM) and the Cancer Therapy Evaluation Program (CTEP), both part of the NCI Division of Cancer Treatment and Diagnosis (DCTD). The meeting provided an opportunity for NCI staff and outside experts to review and discuss case reports from Dr. Burton M. Berkson, an integrative medicine physician and Ph.D. in Biological Sciences, and Adjunct Professor at New Mexico State University. Dr. Low dose Naltrexone/alpha lipoic acid - Complementary Therapies - Cancer Forums. I am hoping the following links will offer some help and hope for other patients with non Hodgkin's lymphoma.

Low dose Naltrexone/alpha lipoic acid - Complementary Therapies - Cancer Forums

This gentle treatment, with few if any side effects, has proven very effective especially when used along with alpha lipoic acid, in treating B cells lymphomas. The only side effect I personally experienced was vivid dreams for the first week or so of treatment which consists of just one small inexpensive pill at bedtime. I am including some credentials from Dr. Berkson's biography which lend much credibity to the information presented. " Dr. Naltrexone – A Miracle That Could Save you From Cancer. Naltrexone may be the most important therapeutic breakthrough in cancer treatment with no side effects.

Naltrexone – A Miracle That Could Save you From Cancer

Previous studies have shown that for 30 to 90 days comes to visible stagnation in the growth of the tumor tissue, and after 6 to 9 months tumors usually disappear, and go into a remission. Naltrexone is a unique immune regulator that has shown remarkable results in the treatment of malignant diseases, destroying tumors by increasing the levels of endorphins in the body. Also, naltrexone has shown excellent results in the treatment of autoimmune diseases, including HIV and central nervous system disorders, People with autoimmune diseases that started taking low dose naltrexone experienced outstanding results.

Patients diagnosed with HIV, lupus, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis), and Chron’s disease showed remarkable improvements in the first few weeks of the treatment with naltrexone. In the mid-1990’s, Dr. Low-Dose Naltrexone (LDN) as a cancer treatment. Naltrexone, low-dose Naltrexone, LDN, or ReVia has been used, often in conjunction with ALA (Alpha Lipoic Acid), to considerable effect in ´holding´ certain cancers and increasing survival times significantly.

Low-Dose Naltrexone (LDN) as a cancer treatment

Its methodology is not clear but it may stimulate opioid production which can have a significant pain relief and healing effect. As with many of these off-patent old drugs now being repurposed for cancer use, it is cheap! It seems to work best with alpha lipoid acid, and is inhibited if plasma levels of vitamin D are low. LDN has a growing number of fans across the Internet for the treatment of cancer.

Alpha Lipoic Acid: The Workhorse Antioxidant - HealthyBalanceMD. Published September 15, 2015 By Dr.

Alpha Lipoic Acid: The Workhorse Antioxidant - HealthyBalanceMD

Bryan Warner Being able to regenerate a failing liver and save a patient from certain death sounds like a remarkable medical triumph, right? Well, not exactly. Alpha lipoic acid (ALA) was discovered only 60 years ago, and, by the mid-1970s, its amazing healing properties were still largely unknown. The reason? Undissuaded, Dr. Yaletown Naturopathic Clinic. Low-Dose Naltrexone (LDN) as a cancer treatment. LDNScience - Welcome to LDNscience! All the science about Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN), Opioid Growth Factor (OGF), and related therapies. How the Little Known Nutrient Alpha Lipoic Acid Kills Cancer Cells and Outperforms Chemotherapy. Alpha lipoic acid (ALA) is a virtually unknown nutrient. It is a naturally occurring thiol antioxidant, or simply stated, a sulfur containing chemical produced in plants and animals.1,2 It has been shown to have a remarkable ability to regenerate other major anti-oxidants and protect the body from oxidative stress.

Research has also shown that it has the potential to outperform chemotherapy in its ability to reduce cancer cell formation; with little to no side-effects or collateral damage. Alpha lipoic acid may provide an effective adjuvant in the treatment. Abstract Title: Revisiting the ALA/N (alpha-lipoic acid/low-dose naltrexone) protocol for people with metastatic and nonmetastatic pancreatic cancer: a report of 3 new cases. Abstract Source: Integr Cancer Ther. 2009 Dec;8(4):416-22. PMID: 20042414 Abstract Author(s): Alpha Lipoic Acid Can Smash Insulin Resistance. Adverse Effects of High Doses of Intravenous Alpha Lipoic Acid on Liver Mitochondria.