How to End the Autism Epidemic
6 monthes ago - By Mercola
By Dr. Mercola
In this interview, J.B. Handley, founder of Generation Rescue, discusses autism and what he believes can be done to help turn this tragic trend around. This is also the topic of his book, " How to End the Autism Epidemic ."
A Parent's Worst Nightmare
Handley's son has autism, and his personal experience ultimately motivated him to write this book. He describes the family's experience, and what led them to take a nonconventional approach to their son's treatment:
"My wife and I were what I would characterize as very mainstream parents, which meant that when our second son was...
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