Praise for “Causes”

PRAISE FOR
THE ENVIRONMENTAL AND GENETIC CAUSES OF AUTISM

“With nearly one in fifty US children being diagnosed with autism, The Environmental and Genetic Causes of Autism could not come soon enough. The information in this book needs to be read by all medical students, physicians, and parents. I highly recommend this book.”
—Dr. David Brownstein, MD, medical director, Center for Holistic Medicine

“Dr. Lyons-Weiler is an inspired American scientist. . . . I can say without reservation that this learned person has the ethics of a true teacher, the type idealized from the roots of Western Civilization. He analyzes scientific data for the sake of improving the human condition without monetary influence. . . . His work is encyclopedic.”
—Dr. Edward “Ted” Fogarty, MD, chair, Department of Radiology, University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences

“With over one million new cases per year, a current incidence of one in 45–68 children, and a projected incidence of one in two children within two decades, autism is more than an epidemic—it is a national crisis. At this rate, our entire nation will either be autistic or caring for someone who is. While nearly all efforts and public pronouncements are about management and care, very few are exploring cause. We hear from the medical community that autism is a tragic but inevitable outcome of genetic roulette. Dr. Lyons-Weiler, an impeccably credentialed biologist . . . clearly explains the environmental causes of this terrible spectrum of disorders. In so doing, he provides much-needed hope for its prevention and cure. If you are a parent, health professional, or scientist, this is an essential book to read.”
—Michael Gaeta, DAc, MS, CDN, clinician and educator

“This book is a Bible for anyone who wants to understand the deep science behind the autism epidemic in America. Dr. Lyons-Weiler shows us convincingly that autism is not a mysterious disease with no known cause and no known treatment: it is the expected outcome when you expose a child with a certain genetic makeup to multiple neurotoxins simultaneously.”
—Dr. Stephanie Seneff, senior research scientist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

“[Dr. James Lyons-Weiler’s new book is a call to action] for the pediatric community to ‘awaken from its dogmatic slumber.’ . . . Until our understanding of [autism spectrum disorders] (and their environmental, genetic, and immunological underpinnings) is secure, we must all be willing to evolve as practitioners and scientists and, thusly, light our own candles in the darkness, lest we fall into an abyss.”
—Dr. Anthony Kovatch, MD, pediatrician, Pediatric Alliance

“Lyons-Weiler has done us all an immense service by putting together this well-documented and highly informative overview of autism. Those who are really seeking answers and a way forward will welcome this book. Those whose interests are threatened will not. Indeed, Lyons-Weiler will be able to measure just how much he has stung big pharma by the number of pharma-paid negative reviews in the media, and by the troll attacks, and the denunciations by the CDC. He should wear all these as a badge of [honor] for ultimately the truth will come out. This book will help the truth emerge.”
—Christopher A. Shaw, PhD, author of Neural Dynamics of Neurological Disease

 

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