Saturday, 19 March 2011

Excellent Presentation on LDN and 'Toll Like' Receptors (TLR2 etc)

Dr Rachel Allen at the Birmingham LDN Conference 2010 -


  1. I'm so excited to find this blog!

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    I've been following the LDN story for some time now and would like to ask a specific question. Is this the right place or should I email?

  2. I started LDN and I haven't felt this good in 4 years... yes, FOUR years. I am so excited that I am starting to feel myself again. I just wanted to share that with you and maybe encourage someone that reads this. Hope all is well wit you.

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