Cure Autism Now | Parents Investigate Possible Link Between Mercury Toxicity and Autism | 2001 #AutisticHistory

Parents Investigate Possible Link Between Mercury Toxicity and Autism A group of parents, many active Cure Autism Now members, have recently organized the Coalition for SAFE MINDS to investigate and raise awareness of the risks to infants and children of exposure to mercury from medical products, including thimerosal in vaccines. Coalition founders Sallie Bernard, Albert …

Cure Autism Now | Autism a test case for genome research | Feb. 20, 2001 #AutisticHistory

Autism a test case for genome research By Faye Flam, INQUIRER STAFF WRITERThe Inquirer, philly.comTuesday, February 20, 2001 If all the hoopla is to be believed, the mapping of the human genome will lead to cures for everything from cancer to heart disease, diabetes, Alzheimer's, schizophrenia and autism. Indeed, the $3 billion Human Genome Project …

Cure Autism Now | ER’s Anthony Edwards curing autism now | Oct. 12, 2000 #AutisticHistory #StopBigAutism

ER's Anthony Edwards curing autism nowOct. 12, 2000 By John MorganWith medical adviser Stephen A. Shoop, M.D.A Doctor In Your House.com  Every Thursday night for the past six years ER star Anthony Edwards has cured people's ills as the compassionate Dr. Mark Greene. Last Thursday night at the Beverly Hills Hotel, Edwards was again making rounds. But …

Cure Autism Now | IS AUTISM INCURABLE? | 1998 #AutisticHistory

IS AUTISM INCURABLE? By Michele Mohr Imagine being in a foreign country where you don't understand the language or the customs and where your failure to act as the residents do is interpreted as stubbornness or stupidity. That scenario, according to parents and researchers, characterizes the world of an autistic child.  Autism is a neurobiological …

Cure Autism Now | PERSPECTIVE ON AUTISM | Dec. 21, 1997 #AutisticHistory

Sunday, December 21, 1997  PERSPECTIVE ON AUTISM To Gift of Hope, Add a Bonus: Love; Research and innovative therapies allow little Frankie to take a giant step into 'normal' kindergarten. By FRANK del OLMOFrank del Olmo is assistant to the editor of The Times and a regular columnist A colleague dropped by my office last …