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Recent Stories:


The Power of Words

In the summer of 2014, five nonspeaking autistic kids from Northern Virginia studied film and how words and images can change the world. Ausome Autistics Productions wrote, produced and starred in this film that illustrates their journey before and after...
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Dr. Gerry Curatola, Clinical Associate Professor, NYU

“Trace Amounts is a must see for any healthcare practitioner, parent, teacher, or legislator that is supporting the call for vaccine and drug safety. The history of the politics of misinformation, behind the unconscionable use of mercury-containing Thimerosal, a vaccine...
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mercury free baby

“Ten Lies” Told About Mercury in Vaccines

The Rev. Lisa K. Sykes from the United Methodist Women wrote a compelling blog post about the “Ten Lies Commonly Told about Mercury in Vaccines” for those who aren’t sure of the facts. We are pleased she has given us permission to reprint it...
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Quinn’s Story

Ford and Holly Riley believe their son Quinn was damaged by the mercury in a vaccine. Quinn, as a young child, stopped developing language skills and was constantly spinning objects, a common trait of autism. The Rileys accepted the autism...
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Cathy Isaacs’ Story

“I was six and a half months pregnant, with twins — a boy and a girl. I went in for a routine exam, and at the end of the exam, as I was about to leave, my doctor said, “You know,...
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As Seen On: Channel 6 San Diego, Jan. 27

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Kaylene Boldroff

Dalton’s Story

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Connor’s Story – Recovery From Today’s Medical Autism is Possible!

by Maria O’Neil (originally appeared on Military Special Needs Network blog) What I have to say right now is you have CHOICES in regards to treating today’s autism…what I want to express is my own personal raw sentiments on how...
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