Alternative autism treatments can be appealing to desperate parents
Dr. Mark Geier leaves a hearing in front of the Maryland Board of Physicians. By Frank D. Roylance and Meredith Cohn , The Baltimore Sun , After her daughter Jodie was diagnosed with autism , Alison Singer went online, searching desperately for anything that looked like it might help her little girl.
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#1 May 13, 2011
There's no "sense of desperation", there's real and valid desperation. Guess why? Mainstream Medicine, health agencies, and every agency involved are dragging their collective heals, unwilling to disclose what they know or fear. Worrying about the trend that parents are forced to invoke in light of the obvious danger and damage caused by vaccination. These health gurus want debate halted and the herd to be complacent while they continue an unnatural and harmful practice. They prefer to attack other forms of research and help while they do little. These vacillating vaccinnators continue their predictable pattern of spin, but their message is growing old and weak, and thin.
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