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Topic: James Jeffrey Bradstreet, MD – How Close Are We To An Autism Cure? Part 2.
Video from Autism One 2015 with discussion to follow.
Hearing the words “Your child has autism” is devastating. Even for those parents who suspected that something was “not right” with their child, getting that diagnosis is hard. But we are here to tell you that there is hope. Our children do get better.
“Biomed” is a term used to describe the treatment of autism from a medical viewpoint. Biomed utilizes standard medical tests to detect such things as: excessive amounts of bad bacteria in the gut, parasites, yeast, viruses, food allergies and heavy metal toxicity. These tests point out immune system dysfunction, metabolism abnormalities and underlying biochemical imbalances which are the cause of these medical problems and lead to autistic symptoms.