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Senator Edward Kennedy - Review by Marie D | United States Government

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Senator Edward Kennedy 3/16/2007

Safe Drug Compounding Act of 2007 Dear Senator Kennedy, Please I beg of you, do not pass the bill to stop Compounding Pharmacies. I have had Multiple Sclerosis for 30 years. I have severe allergic reactions to most prescription drugs. I have tried MS drugs, only to find that I could not tolerate them or they would make me worst then I am. I have been on Low Dose Naltrexone for 4 years. It has been prescribed by my doctor. It was research by a N.Y. Doctor, Dr Bihari. Naltrexone is FDA approved for heroin addicts in the 50 mg dosage. But I only need 4.5 mg for my MS. In the 4 years that I have been on LDN, the two MRI's that I have had have shown no progression of my disease. Also I feel energetic and have a quality of life now. I still have MS but I am not all drugged up. I am able to have a more normal life than I could ever hope to have. I have a feeling of wellness. I get my Low Dose Naltrexone from Irmat Pharmacy in New York. Please consider people like me before you try to pass that bill. I thank You from the bottom of my heart. Marie Deady more
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