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Changing the Course of Autism takes the bold stance that autism is not solely caused by genetic factors, but rather a combination of genetic and environmental factors - an abundance of toxicity in the environment combined with autistic individuals' reduced ability or inability to detoxify. The sudden epidemic of autism in today's society (1 in 150 children has been diagnosed) underscores that environmental factors must be at work, since a disease that is solely genetic is not likely to produce a similar surge. Chapters further explore possible environmental causes of autism, and ways to treat autism and help children recover. Written in plain terms for parents, caretakers, and medical personnel alike, Changing the Course of Autism is an absolute must-read for new or expecting parents with a history of autism, or who wish to prepare themselves to defend their child from an onslaught of environmental toxins in today's unfortunately polluted world. Highly recommended.
This is extremely well organized book with every study referenced in the back of the book.
Dr. Jepson addresses the underlying medical issues that are common in autism, and gives you detailed information about how to address these problems.
[If there is a better book -- or one even nearly as good -- PLEASE leave a review pointing the way to that book since I want to read it too.
Being a fellow physician with a child diagnosed with HFA...I am very grateful for this complete review of much of the literature about etiology and treatment options. Read morePublished 14 months ago by nancy w.
This book contains good scientific material on Autism. Also open the door and stimulate the medical researchers to work hard and quickly on the causative factors. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Sabri Shuker
The Product was As described. It was a Good Quality product. Fast shipping and received within one week. I will buy again if needed.Published 23 months ago by Lori Stockdale
This is a must-read whether or not your child has autism. This book cuts through mainstream media lies about autism and most importantly, that this is a treatable environmental... Read morePublished on July 15, 2012 by Greatful
This was the first book i bought on Autism.My daughter was just diagnosed.If your more to the biomedical ave this probably inst the right book. Read morePublished on June 21, 2012 by United1981
The author of this book provides accurate, insightful and ample information on how autism may be the result of the combination of the child's metabolic impairment and environmental... Read morePublished on April 18, 2011 by Maria M. Mcnulty
NOT a how to book. Deep science in the first half that you and I can't understand. Second half is over view of common treatments such as vitamin C, etc. Read morePublished on November 26, 2010 by Rick
This book represents the naked scientific truth about Autism.
First book tackles Autism from different corners and most importantly the medical corner. Read more
The information in this book makes sense, and matches my experience of raising a child on the spectrum. Read morePublished on May 17, 2009 by jmj