Viruses have been implicated as a possible contributor to Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD’s.) Solid research on this is lacking, and much of what autism biomedical practitioners do to diagnose and treat viruses is based on theory, experience, and consensus. In this article I will discuss how I approach viruses in my practice. I will also share what some of my colleagues do regarding viruses.  Some may argue these therapies are still alternative.  We need to keep in mind that patients also need answers now to help their day to day quality of life. We need to balance the two issues while additional research is performed.

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