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Possible metal chelator OSR#1 controversial nutritional supplement for autism



  • Jeffrey Smith 6 years ago

    Thank you for casting a skepical eye on this dubious autism treatment. The read at the Chicago Tribune is interesting, but it's the comments in their article that really showcase the anti-vaccine (and subsequent dubious autism treatment) nuttery. The articles over at the Neurodiversity website were fascinating (There's apparently a second "A fine white powder".

  • FreeSpeaker 6 years ago

    It is refreshing to see and Examiner who is not in lock step with the anti-vaccination pro-infectious disease merchants of disability and death. While I take issue with the effectiveness of the the treatments you list, at least they can do no harm. However, what is truly shocking is that the drones of the AoA Collective whine about "toxins" and then sprinkle this fine white industrial chemical on their kids waffles. And, of course, the AoA Drones of launched a merciless counter attack on the reporters from the Chicago Tribune. These people have the unmitigated gall to hunt down the family of the reporter and "out" them. Shades of the Scientolgy counter attack on Behar who exposed them in Time Magazine.

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