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Can low-dose Naltrexone be used to treat fibromyalgia?

Natalie E. Azar, MD
Internal Medicine
It was recently discovered that low-dose Naltrexone, historically used to reverse opioid overdoses, can treat fibromyalgia and other autoimmune diseases. Watch rheumatologist Natalie Azar, MD, discuss this new, promising treatment for fibromyalgia.

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