One could say, that it’s because there aren’t enough doctors and other health care workers who have the courage, the “guts,” who, after considering the unique aspects of the Low Dose Naltrexone story, are prepared to advise on and prescribe it, even though it doesn’t have FDA/TGA approval!!!
But perhaps that’s being unfair to individual doctors and other health care workers – perhaps they’d get into trouble if they did start advising on and prescribing it???
On 7 May, 2021, an article appeared on Fox News which to us is extremely interesting, with this headline:-
It commenced with:-
Readers, that’s what’s being alleged – that there are vested interests that don’t want the COVID-19 problem solved as quickly as possible!!!???
But, even if this is not so, we believe there are certainly vested interests, huge vested interests, which want there to be more sick people not less – the pharmaceutical companies, the private’s hospitals, perhaps other health care institutions and individuals, to name a few. Such individuals and people are horrified to think that the wide spread use of Low Dose Naltrexone could lead to there being less, perhaps substantially less, need for their services and their drugs.
Are we being too cynical? After working on these areas for more than 20 years, we are VERY cynical!
We’d love to know if any of the few doctors in Australia who are advising on and prescribing Low Dose Naltrexone have felt any “pressure” from any one?
We’ve recently become aware that a retired GP, who’s become involved in facilitating the wider use of Low Dose Naltrexone, is claiming that he’s constantly being told he could go to gaol.
And what approach is being taken by the FDA and the TGA? We can understand that their roles in protecting us, the people, from being treated with drugs that haven’t been properly tested, are highly valuable. But, perhaps, in relation to Low Dose Naltrexone, the best interests of us, the people, requires that they take a different approach?
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