Episode 16

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10th Apr 2020

An LDN Prescriber's Experience- Dr Frank Sievert, MD

My "Why" - It was a motorcycle accident at age 16 that made me want to study medicine.

I was admitted to our local Hospital in Germany with what turned out to be a torn ligament in my knee. It was after hours and the young doctor admitting me told me I was going to be a cripple now for life. I now know he probably meant well, wanting to scare me so I would not ever ride a motorcycle again- but I had the worst night and didn't get a wink of sleep. The next day the doctor's supervisor told me this could be addressed with routine surgery. During that hospital stay I decided that I could do better than that fellow, if only for having empathy.

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Linda is the founder of the LDN Research Trust established in 2004. She runs the trust raising awareness of LDN, answering with the help of the medical adviser’s, questions from users and the medical profession, helping people around the world find an LDN prescribing doctor. Linda has interviewed so far over 320 LDN Prescribing Doctors, Scientists and Users. Linda has MS and has been taking LDN with great success for MS over the last 10 years.