Autism and autism spectrum disorders (ASD) have sky rocketed over a short period of time. In 1970, an estimated 1 in 10,000 children were found to be autistic. In 1995 it was 1 in 500. In 2001 it became 1 in 250. Today, 1 in 68 children are diagnosed as autistic.

The reality is, genetics alone does not explain the epidemic growth of autism and other conditions like it . Our genetics haven’t changed in the last 40 years. Better diagnosis may explain part of the astronomic increase of autism, but only marginally . In reality, the medical literature is beginning to recognize autism as an autoimmune reaction against the brain.

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