Please please please fix the link to Dr. Bradstreet's presentation on Stem Cells. Whenever you click on the link for the presentation titled
"Are Stem Cells the Future of Autism Biomedical Therapies?" we get a different presentation after the advertisement. Thank you.
I have a 21 yr old son with autism and a daughter with ADD & seizures. I have attended Autism One and been on the biomedical path for 5 years now.
I came across the book, The Healing Code by Alex Loyd & Ben Johnson, through the MB12Valtrex Yahoo group. Techniques used in this book are recovering my son very fast (I am talking weeks!) and I would like you and Ed to consider having Alex Loyd at the Autism One conference.
I would also like you to try it on your son. Call me at 608-235-9084 (cell) and I will tell you exactly what to do. You will see surprising results in 12 days.
I know this sounds crazy but please just try this for yourself on your son. I promise I will donate $100 to AO if it does not work for you. Promise.
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Teri Arranga is the executive director of AutismOne (www.autismone.org) and the editor-in-chief of Autism Science Digest. She also serves as the vice president of the Global Autism Collaboration (www.autism.org) and the secretary of the Strategic Autism Initiative. Teri is the editor of Dr. Andrew Wakefield's books Callous Disregard: Autism and Vaccines - The Truth Behind a Tragedy (www.callous-disregard.com) and Waging War on the Autistic Child: The Arizona 5 and the Legacy of Baron von Munchausen, both of which are published by Skyhorse Publishing. She is the editor of Dr. William Walsh's Nutrient Power, and she has contributed to and provided editing for all annual editions of Skyhorse's Cutting-Edge Therapies for Autism series. Teri will be co-editor of the upcoming book Bugs, Bowels, and Behavior: The Groundbreaking Story of the Gut-Brain Connection. She is the host of the weekly program Autism One: A Conversation of Hope on the VoiceAmerica Health and Wellness Channel (www.health.voiceamerica.com), and she has been involved with a number of media projects, including consulting for medical documentaries such as by award-winning filmmaker Lina Moreco of Canada, appearing in the award-winning documentary Beautiful Son, and consulting for the April 2007 Discover magazine article "Understanding Autism." Teri received the National Autism Association's Believe Award for 2008. She has been an active advocate in the autism community for many years, including attending and broadcasting events in Washington, D.C. Ed and Teri Arranga have two boys on the spectrum: Jarad, who is 18 years old, and Ian, who is 14 years old.
...to provide information toward healing the physiological conditions underlying an autism diagnosis, thereby restoring health and function to affected individuals, to help prevent further cases of autism from developing, to help prevent further suffering in children, and to help families touched by an autism diagnosis.