As most of us know, Dr. Bihari was the genius who discovered that a very low dose of naltrexone, a drug that had been approved at a higher dose by the FDA for another purpose entirely, could help people with some of the most difficult-to-treat diseases.
Thanks to Dr. Bihari, tens of thousands (some say hundreds of thousands) of people with multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, HIV/AIDS and even cancer are now living better lives. Many are now symptom-free.
Dr. Bihari is one of my personal heroes, and one of the heroes of my book, HONEST MEDICINE.
As a tribute to him on this first anniversary of his death, Dr. Bihari’s widow (and my dear friend) Jackie Young, has entrusted me with a video from 2002, never before seen on the Internet.
Jackie has asked me to share this treasure with you today.
This video is more than one hour of Dr. Bihari talking about his life and his work with LDN.
Rather than dividing the video into 10-minute segments for YouTube, I have opted to include it in its entirety here. In addition, I have transcribed the entire video so that you can read Dr. Bihari’s words. And, so that you can easily find the parts of the video you want to watch first, I have included a timeline. Just drag the cursor to the sections you want to watch first; then come back and watch other sections at your leisure. It’s a wonderful video, with lots of great information.
I hope you will take advantage of this opportunity to see Dr. Bihari, up close and personal, as he was in 2002.
And I also hope you’ll take the time to leave messages for Jackie, his beloved partner for so many years, in the comments section below.
CLICK HERE to see the VIDEO.
CLICK HERE to read the TRANSCRIPT.
CLICK HERE to see a LIST of conditions LDN has worked on.