Autism mom and advocate focused on environmental toxins, diet, nutrition, and medication use (vaccines) interplay in specific heritable, and acquired vulnerabilities that lead to autism. My son is recovering from a vaccine injury, which I have detailed in a Congressional testimony describing the events leading up to my experience with the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (NVICP).
This is a resource site where I hope to share my data and opinions, which are based on science to facilitate an understanding of the environmental causes of autism. There are nine sections to this webpage. 1. Blog: Organized rebuttals to arguments, spotlight Hearings, and Conferences, and detail important news regarding environmentally triggered chronic disease. 2. Outreach: Advise on how to contact your representatives and cultivate positive relationships that will hopefully lead to progressive legislative action. 3. Rehabilitating Autism: Detailed strategies most of which I have used to alleviate the symptoms of autism in my own son.
4. Validation: Scientific literature of 40+ managed categories of various topics that range from vaccines, their specific ingredients, genetically modified crops, industry corruption etc. It is heavy with information and peer-review. I use this page a lot when debating those who like to push their vaccine agenda. This page links you to common debating points that I have successfully used to refute vaccine misinformation. 5. Vaccine: Informed Consent: Comparative analysis of each microbe (virus/bacteria) and corresponding vaccine(s). Informed consent is lacking in most pediatric offices, this is your chance to learn about the infection, what your risks for developing a complication either from the microbe or the vaccine and then generate your own opinion. 6. Vaccine Waiver Information: Protecting our right of choice. 7. Timeline For Causation: Timelines the history of the vaccine schedule. 8. Book Club: Reference source for reading material relating to these various topics. 9. Blogs I Love: Inspires me to live healthier, I hope you find them interesting too.