Biomedical Treatment For Autism Success Stories For Parents

The symptoms of Autism can be reversed and children with Autism can be improved or fully recovered when the right medical treatment for Autism is employed, especially when underlying biomedical problems are properly treated. Some of these biomedical problems include food allergies, autoimmune issues, gut lesions, heavy metal toxicity, nutritional decencies, an inability to detoxify environmental toxins, mineral depletion, lowered immune function, vaccine poisoning and other medical problems. These medical problems can lead to constipation, toe walking, sensory overwhelm, inability to communicate, spinning, toning, poor digestion, pain, head banging, jumping, ear pulling, and many other behaviors related to being malnourished,…

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Autism Is A Medical Problem And There Is Proven, Effective Medical Treatment

By Dr. Kenneth Stoller, MD. For many children, the environmental illness that we have been incorrectly calling autism is actually an illness that has been exacerbated by too many toxic vaccines. Contrary to popular belief, there are plenty of people in governmental circles who know that certain vaccine ingredients, such as ethyl mercury found in the preservative Thimerosal, will cause neurobehavioral problems and negatively impact the health of vaccinated children. In fact, for over 20 years, the federal government has publicly denied a vaccine-autism link, while at the same time its Vaccine Injury Compensation Program has been awarding damages for…

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Effectively Treat Autism With Personalized Medicine by Dr. David Davis, MD

Autism is a disease characterized by behavioral abnormalities and symptoms. We don’t have a full appreciation for what it is. We do know that it’s not a psychiatric disease; it’s more of a metabolic disease – a metabolic disease consisting of neurological problems associated with gastrointestinal, immune, and detoxification problems. So it’s a very multifaceted constellation of symptoms we’ve tried to group together, and we really do not have a firm handle on what exactly it is. Autism is diagnosed by looking at atypical behaviors and repetitive symptoms. Typically, a child with autism will show stemming, flapping of the arms,…

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