Complementary and Alternative Medicine in Autism

Evidence-based paradigm to evaluate complementary and alternative medicine treatments for safety and efficacy, i.e. gluten- and casein-free diet, supplements…
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2 Responses to “Complementary and Alternative Medicine in Autism”

  • vercorb:

    As much as possible, no medication should be given to pregnant mothers as
    not to result to unwanted baby defects like autism.

  • TheBackQuack:

    Were I the speaker, I would have informed these gullible people that CAM is
    quackery. The video would take less than a minute. In addition, there is no
    evidence that autism has an associated “spectrum”. The spectrum was added
    to increase diagnosis which, in turn, increases funding.

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