Clear Up Confusion About Low-Dose Naltrexone

You’ll hear low-dose naltrexone touted as a “wonder drug” for everything from autoimmune diseases to chronic pain.

In fact, there are advocacy societies and books devoted to it.

We’re used to seeing this opioid antagonist dosed 50 mg PO daily or 380 mg IM monthly for opioid or alcohol use disorder.

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