ONE in TWO: which One are You?

AutismOne: The Cutting-Edge Autism Conference Announces One in Two Advocacy Debut in Chicago

Advocacy organizations including AutismOne and the Brighton Institute collaborate to protect our children and our future

Today, more than ONE IN TWO children suffers from chronic illness. With vaccines as a forerunner, experts know what the primary triggers are for autism, birth defects, infertility, gut disorders, cancer, and other chronic illnesses, and yet triggers continue. We have the power to create positive change. The ONE IN TWO movement is committed to educating and inspiring millions of parents and future parents to transform their health and to protect and restore the health of their children.

Today, you can turn things around for the better. Today, you can change history. Need the tools? Join us in Chicago on May 21, where we invite you to become part of the solution at the Intercontinental Chicago O’Hare Hotel in Rosemont, IL. In this initial launch event, we will give you the tools to become a changemaker and to inspire others to do the same.

On May 21, let’s rise together to say “enough is enough,” to identify solutions, to inspire activism, and to chart an organized course of action that sends ripples around the world and through generations to come. Years from now, your children and grandchildren will thank you for doing whatever it takes to be there on May 21 in Chicago, remembering how you and your family took a stand for their future.


Dr. Judy Mikovits

Dr. Stephanie Seneff

and many more!

Judy A. Mikovits

Dr. Mikovits earned her PhD in biochemistry and molecular biology from George Washington University. In her 35-year quest to understand and treat chronic diseases, she has studied natural products chemistry, immunobiology of retroviral-associated inflammatory diseases, eipgenetics, stem cell biology and drug development with the goal to understand complex biological issues in order to yield unbiased integrated, cutting-edge diagnostics and treatments for patients and physicians impacted by some of the most challenging chronic diseases.

Dr. Stephanie Seneff

Stephanie Seneff is a senior research scientist at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. She has a bachelor's degree from MIT in biology with a minor in food and nutrition, and a PhD in electrical engineering and computer science, also from MIT. She has authored several recently published papers on theories proposing that nutritional deficiencies and environmental toxins are the major causes of most chronic diseases and conditions that characterize the industrialized world.

Roy Dittmann

Roy Dittmann, OMD, MH is the author of the landmark book, “Brighton Baby: A Revolutionary Organic Approach to Having an Extraordinary Child” and has dedicated his professional life to evolving an integral organic approach to prevent birth defects and optimize fetal brain development during the perinatal period.

As early as the late-1980s, Dr. Dittmann forewarned health professionals and the public that our existing diet and lifestyle trends would lead to an exponential rise in autism, ADD, birth defects, and infertility. His Brighton Baby book series is designed to coach couples on how to reverse these trends and conceive, birth, and raise extraordinary children... organically

Marcella Piper-Terry

Courageous mother of a vaccine injured child and the founder of VaxTruth relentlessy determined to let parents know their rights and the truth about vaccination.

Jennifer Barsamian

Having recovered her child from autism, Jennifer is now a consultant for Ava Anderson Non-Toxic. Jennifer studied at and graduated from University of Massachusetts Amherst, Boston University, and Northwestern University.

Alyson Witherspoon

A graduate of the University of Virginia, Alyson worked at Citizens For Health on their Keep Organic Organic Campaign, spearheading a citizen movement to prevent the USDA from including GMOs in their definition of organic. Subsequently, she joined Dr. Roy Dittman in co-founding and managing two natural biopharma companies in the late 90s and then editing Dr. Dittman’s book, Brighton Baby. She now serves as co-founder and administrator at The Brighton Institute.

Dr. Mayer Eisenstein

Dr. Mayer Eisenstein is a graduate of the University of Illinois Medical School, the Medical College of Wisconsin School of Public Health, and the John Marshall Law School. In his 40 years in medicine, he and his practice have cared for over more than 50,000 children who were minimally or not vaccinated at all. There is virtually no autism, asthma, allergies, respiratory illness, or diabetes in his unvaccinated children. He is founder and medical director of Eisenstein Medical Centers, board certified by the American Board of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, and a member of the Illinois Bar.