4 thoughts on “Boxing Class Helps Those With Parkinson’s Fight Back Against The Disease | NBC Nightly News

  1. They should look into low dose Naltrexone. Here are the reasons why.
    www.LowDoseNaltrexone.org  

    FDA-approved naltrexone, in a low dose, can normalize the immune system — helping those with HIV/AIDS, cancer, autoimmune diseases, and central nervous system disorders.

    “I started on LDN as a patient in the MS clinical trial at UCSF. I continued on it and just had my MRI check up and have found that my lesions are disappearing. I have less lesions in my brain and the ones that do remain are smaller. This is just AMAZING and WONDERFUL news!”

    “Just 3 months of LDN & chemo and the stage IV bladder cancer is GONE….no scar tissue, nothing. Just gone! The doctors can’t explain it, they are baffled. The radiologist actually thought he had the wrong patient’s scan and asked the oncologist what on earth my Dad was taking. We told everyone….LDN!!! There is no other explanation to this medical miracle!!!”

    “I Have been on LDN for 2 months for primary progressive MS. For the past year and a half, I have been nearly blind. I would put on a pair of 2.75 reading glasses, then put a second pair of 3.25 on top of that. LDN has restored my vision and I couldn’t be more excited, as I’m driving again.”

    “My dad has been using LDN for PD since October 2004 with great success. I have started a Yahoo Group called ‘Healing Parkinsons’.”

    “I have had Crohn’s for 30 years (progressed after surgery) and have been unsuccessful with many treatments until now. I refused to go on Remicade or Humira because I feared the extreme side effects. LDN provided me with reduction of symptoms on the first day!”

    “I was diagnosed with SPMS and transverse myelitis and the first 8 months used Betaseron and in those first 8 months I went from using a walker, wheelchair to a Hoveround power chair. Then I started taking LDN and now I don’t have to use anything to help me walk or get around.”

    “The foot-long fistula (think of it as a really deep ulcer) that was connecting my small intestine to my colon is gone! My last colonoscopy was in February and in the three months of being on LDN, it healed.”

    “I have scleroderma, CREST syndrome and have been on LDN for almost 15 months. I also have Sjögren’s, and fibromyalgia. I have to say that within a week of starting LDN, I felt like I had my life back.”

  2. Here is another reason why.
    https://www.ldnscience.org/resources/interviews/interview-burton-berkson

    About 18 years ago, a man walked into my office with a walker. He had prostate cancer that was metastatic (had spread) to his bones, and terrible rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and he was in horrible pain. The MD Anderson Cancer Hospital (in Texas) said he only had a few weeks to live and he wanted to know if I’d give him pain medication and I said, “Sure I would.” He asked me if I’d heard of Dr. Zagon at Penn State or Dr. Bihari in New York, and I said no. He said he heard they had a drug that might reverse cancer. So I asked why he didn’t go and see these people. He said, “Well, Dr. Bihari is just in a little office- if he was any good, wouldn’t he be in a university?” I told him that if he could reverse cancer, he’d put these big institutions out of business. They treat cancer, but they don’t cure many cancers. I told him that, many years ago, when I was associated with a university in the mid-west I discovered an inexpensive way (with intravenous alpha lipoic acid) to regenerate livers of people who were on the liver transplant list but couldn’t get them due to insufficient numbers of available organs. They wanted to strangle me. They were interested in liver transplantation, not in the inexpensive reversal of liver disease.

    After he listened to my story, he went to go see Dr. Bihari, and didn’t come back, so I thought he died. But three years later, he walks in my office, and without his walker. He told me that Dr. Bihari had stopped the growth of the cancer and cured his rheumatoid arthritis- all with a drug that at that time cost $15 a month: low dose naltrexone. I was very skeptical. But I must have had 60-70 people with rheumatoid arthritis and systemic lupus in my practice at the time, and I asked them if they wanted to try it. Within 6 months or so, most of them were much improved. Many were completely free of their disease. So, I learned about LDN from that patient.

  3. Rock Steady Boxing is an incredibly successful way for people with Parkinson's to actively take charge of their lives and to improve the quality of them! We are seeing tremendous results in our RSB program…the boxers love it!

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