Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) – What You Should Know

November 12, 2020 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Venue: Zoom Meeting (Google map)
Cost: Free
RSVP: http://bit.ly/LDN111220 or call (978) 263-3901 ext:6

The presentation will go over general & clinical information about LDN:

  • History of Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN)
  • Auto-immune disorders, chronic pain, and other disease states and how LDN could help
  • Dr. Toufas will summarize the information available in clinical studies/national presentations and discuss the most frequently asked questions about LDN
  • Questions from attendees can be submitted anonymously during or after the lecture
Ted Toufas, pharmacist
Ted Toufas, PharmD, RPh

Dr. Ted Toufas is a Clinical Pharmacist and Pharmacist-in-Charge of the Compounding Lab who has a Bachelor’s of Science from Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Biochemistry & Genetics, and a Doctorate of Pharmacy from MCPHS University.  He has a passion for learning and imparting information to patients and colleagues. Ted has received training in compounding medications, hazardous drug compounding, veterinary compounding and Quality Assurance.  Working closely with physicians and patients, he develops formulations that would best suit patient needs.  Under his supervision, Acton Pharmacy’s compounding lab has gained accreditation with the Pharmacy Compounding Accreditation Board and is the first in New England (3rd in the USA) to have a certificate of distinction in hazardous medication compounding.  He has been at Acton Pharmacy in one capacity or another since 2005, and strives for a continuous improvement in the quality of healthcare for our patients.