An Overview of the Recent Cure Autism Now Scientific Advisory Board Meetings By Donald Ham | 2000

Cure Autism Now working towards results? Or is it just holding interesting meetings that do not really go anywhere? This was the question Dr. Marnin Kligfeld, parent of an autistic child, brought with him as he observed a session during the recent Cure Autism Now weekend of meetings in Santa Monica, California. Leading scientists, researchers, …

Cure Autism Now | Autism Fund raising sends local trio to Hollywood premiere | July 29, 1997

July 29th, 1997Autism Fund raising sends local trio to Hollwood premiereBy Sally Friedman Special to the BCT It was the ultimate fantasy--a trip to Hollywood for the premiere of one of the hottest new films of the year, and a post-premiere party with Tinseltown's elite. And for three Burlington County women that fantasy turned into …

Families Make the Critical Difference in the Pace of Autism Research | March-April 1997 

Families Make the Critical Difference in the Pace of Autism Research The Advocate March-April 1997 by: Portia Iversen & Jonathan Shestack    Families of people with autism have taken the lead in genetic research by forming AGRE, the Autism Genetic Resource Exchange. This is the world's first truly collaborative gene bank for autism. It is administered with the highest …

Finding A Web Of Support: Online sites offer information and a sense of community | Spring/Summer 1997

By CARLA KOEHLPark benches will always be great places to pick up parenting tips. So win back fences, doctors' offices and board-rooms. But for families of children with disabilities, all the chats in the world can't begin to provide the depth of information-and, often, the level of understanding and sympathy that's available online. Which is …

Cure Autism Now | July 1997 Update

CAN Information5225 Wilshire Blvd. #503 LA CA. 90036 (213) 549-0500, FAX: (213) 549-0547 E-mail: CAN@primenet.com, website: http//www.canfoundation.orgUPDATE: July 1997  CAN is 19 months old.  CAN has raised over $500,000.  CAN is currently funding pilot studies and think tank sessions.  CAN now has over 8,000 supporters CAN Biomedical Research Conferences:Los Angeles:CAN has sponsored two conferences for parents and professionals …

Autism: A Real Epidemic Or Better Counting? | Part 2 Of A Series

Inventing & Then Cashing In On The Autism Epidemic | Autism: A Real Epidemic Or Better Counting? [Content Warning: Autistic history is very triggering. Please take caution this piece includes ableism, stigma, eugenics, homophobia, abuse, and more.] Autism: A Real Epidemic Or Better Counting? INVENTING AND THEN CASHING IN ON THE AUTISM EPIDEMIC SERIES | …