Archived | Parents push  for autism cure | Circa February 2005 #NotAnAutisticAlly #AutisticHistory

Portia Iversen and Jonathan Shestack during Cure Autism Now Celebrates Third Annual "Acts of Love" - Arrivals at Coronet Theatre in Los Angeles, California, United States. (Photo by J.Sciulli/WireImage for Cure Autism Now) [Note: This article is for archive purposes in Autistic History. It’s to illustrate the the voices heard during this era. It’s to …

Archived | Early detection of autism improves chances: Treatment at younger ages leads to better recovery | Circa July 2004 #AutisticHistory #NotAnAutisticAlly

Screenshot of MSNBC story in 2004. Full text below. [Note: This article is for archive purposes in Autistic History. It’s to illustrate the the voices heard during this era. It’s to show how the Wrights, co-founders of Autism Speaks, and pals used their privilege purposefully to drown out the voices of the Autistic community and …

Archived | Brain imagery may help  explain autism | Circa January 2005 #AutisticHistory

Brain imagery may help  explain autism New theory could lead to better forms of treatment By Robert Bazell Correspondent NBC News Updated: 8:12 p.m. ET Jan. 14, 2005 PITTSBURGH - Ryan Yorio is an extremely likable 21-year-old who knows he has a problem.advertisement "I have the disease autism," he says. Yorio is what is called …

#StopSpectrum10k | Parents push for autism cure – NBC Nightly News with Cure Autism Now & Daniel Geschwind | Circa February 23, 2005 #NotAnAutisticAlly

By Robert Bazell NBC News   updated 2/23/2005 1:20:52 PM ET LOS ANGELES — Portia Iverson and Jon Shestack learned their first child, Dov, had severe autism in 1995, when he was almost three years old. "I just remember sitting by his crib and just crying and crying," says Portia. "He was slipping away, every minute." Like all parents, …