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Re: “Mom's revolution

What an amazing piece of journalism. I am so glad to see this covered. I have a child with Autism and was told there was nothing I could do beyond going to a support group to 'get through it'. Instead, we worked with a brilliant doctor and treated his failure to thrive, chronic constipation, his extremely low vitamin D levels, his mineral deficiencies, parasites--who would know that, living in America? and many other issues that medical testing revealed. Lo and behold, as we treated each medical issue--as we would in any other typical child--he got better and better and is now a thriving healthy child. We still have some medical problems to tackle, but the light at the end of the 'autism' tunnel is there. There are thousand of parents doing the very same thing. And there is a lot of hope. It should be noted that Kim Spencer worked with medical doctors, and worked in a pediatrician's office and is not some maverick flying blind performing experiments. Her proof is a happy, healthy child who has recovered from 'autism', who has friends and is mainstreamed in the school system.

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Posted by HelCee on 04/24/2013 at 8:47 AM

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