As Seen On Twitter | That’s the false narrative the #antivax lobby would like everyone to believe. | Prof Peter Hotez

https://twitter.com/PeterHotez/status/1180496874102501383 Prof Peter Hotez MD PhD@PeterHotez That’s the false narrative the #antivax lobby would like everyone to believe. The truth: It’s a group of ringleaders who figured out how to monetize the internet selling advertising, fake books, phony autism cures, and then creating PACs aligned with extremist political parties Jordan Sather@Jordan_Sather_ · Oct 5 Replying …

On YouTube, people with disabilities create content to show and normalize their experiences – The Washington Post

Ruby Ardolf, 14, has her own YouTube channel, featuring familiar aspects of a teen’s daily life and merchandise with messages of kindness and inclusion. But Ruby is not a typical teen vlogger. She is disabled — one of 12 people worldwide with a genetic condition called Stromme syndrome, which results in microcephaly (small brain), and …

Cure Autism Now … A Brief Introduction | Video

https://youtu.be/8g1qhxkJwOQ Cure Autism Now ... A Brief History Cure Autism Now In 2007, Autism Speaks completed its merger with Cure Autism Now (CAN).[4] CAN was founded in 1995 by Jonathan Shestack and Portia Iversen, the parents of a child with autism whose story is told in the book Strange Son. It was an organization of parents, doctors …