Promising Research in Autism: But Far...

Promising Research in Autism: But Far From Cure

There are 10 comments on the Silcon Valley Moms story from Sep 19, 2012, titled Promising Research in Autism: But Far From Cure. In it, Silcon Valley Moms reports that:

The journal, Science , has an article entitled Shared Synaptic Pathophysiology in Syndromic and Nonsyndromic Rodent Models of Autism , which found a common bond between Fragile X and autism.

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#1 Sep 19, 2012
The reason why they use mice in studies is partly due to their genetic, biological and behavior characteristics closely resemble those of humans, and many symptoms of human conditions can be replicated in mice.

The article for which this writer thought was announcing a cure was totally that single persons interpretation of a head line. Because scientists do use mice, many of the autism symptoms cant be known, like the use of language, theory of mind and so on. In mice world, it would seem the autism symptoms they displayed were reversed. Finding the 300 genes is exciting enough. They deem this studies results as a potential treatment.
Caused by Antibiotic

Winnipeg, Canada

#2 Sep 19, 2012
Vaccines contain antibiotics amongst their toxic and contaminated ingredients.

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#3 Sep 19, 2012
And kids get antibiotics all the time. Why wouldn't every child have autism??

Don't mistake how they were able to manipulate turning off neuroligin-3 in mice as a cause for autism, to what that article already said was a hereditary conditon. Who didn't know scientist can manipulate genes in mice? And who didn't know the Biozentrum of the Universitšt Basel study clearly did not state cause for autism other than hereditary.
NEED A BRAIN

Winnipeg, Canada

#4 Sep 19, 2012
friend wrote:
And kids get antibiotics all the time. Why wouldn't every child have autism??
Don't mistake how they were able to manipulate turning off neuroligin-3 in mice as a cause for autism, to what that article already said was a hereditary conditon. Who didn't know scientist can manipulate genes in mice? And who didn't know the Biozentrum of the Universitšt Basel study clearly did not state cause for autism other than hereditary.
What are you even saying?

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#5 Sep 20, 2012
The study is not talking about finding a cause. They're talking about finding treatment for a hereditary gene condition. Not difficult.
Vaccines Caused Autism

Winnipeg, Canada

#6 Sep 20, 2012
friend wrote:
The study is not talking about finding a cause. They're talking about finding treatment for a hereditary gene condition. Not difficult.
The study used mice with this same issue and caused it in the mice using antibiotics. Vaccines can contain them, but also MMR causes ear infections that take long term treatment with antibiotics.

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#7 Sep 20, 2012
The measles itself can cause an ear infection in very young children, so can any other viral infection every time you contract one. A good majority of children have had antibiotics prior to the age of the first MMR vaccine. Also, some vaccines contain trace components of antibiotics and only traces of it are detected in the final vaccine product.
Just because they could manipulate a genetic issue in mice to present the same gene disorder in humans is not the same as a cause in humans, as the study clearly states.
Your theory holds no water and it totally goes against Wakefield's theory.
DUH MOMENT

Winnipeg, Canada

#8 Sep 20, 2012
friend wrote:
The measles itself can cause an ear infection in very young children, so can any other viral infection every time you contract one. A good majority of children have had antibiotics prior to the age of the first MMR vaccine. Also, some vaccines contain trace components of antibiotics and only traces of it are detected in the final vaccine product.
Just because they could manipulate a genetic issue in mice to present the same gene disorder in humans is not the same as a cause in humans, as the study clearly states.
Your theory holds no water and it totally goes against Wakefield's theory.
Oh please explain Wakefield's theory,

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#9 Sep 20, 2012
Oh please. Wakefield's theory had a science fiction 'new mystery' no-named disease. Real scientists actually list real science- FMR1, GABA-B receptor, and Phase 3 study. All terms Wakefield knows not a thing about and antibiotics was no part of his 'science'.
Whatever

Winnipeg, Canada

#10 Sep 21, 2012
friend wrote:
Oh please. Wakefield's theory had a science fiction 'new mystery' no-named disease. Real scientists actually list real science- FMR1, GABA-B receptor, and Phase 3 study. All terms Wakefield knows not a thing about and antibiotics was no part of his 'science'.
meaning nothing as usual.

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