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From the PublisherBernard Rimland, Ph.D.
Director, Autism Research Institute
Effective treatments are available — but you are not likely to learn about these treatments from your child's doctor. You will learn about them, however, in the pages of this book.
Jane M. El-Dahr, M.D.
Head of Pediatric Allergy, Immunology & Rheumatology, Tulane Medical Center/Tulane Hospital for Children
Evidence is increasing that children with autism have defective immune function, and that an external "trigger" seems to lead to the onset of the autistic symptoms. Although the view that autism is a neuro-gut-immune disorder might seem far-fetched, I believe that Karyn Seroussi is right on target.
Jeff Bradstreet, M.D.
Director, Autism Research Center, Palm Bay, Florida, and the father of a five-year-old recovering from autism
Karyn Seroussi offers us a researcher's insight, with a mother's touch, into what may be the greatest issue for America's children — the reasons for the recent epidemic of autism. The book reads as much like a detective novel, a personal diary, and an Internet chat room as it does a fine, critical assessment of this complex disorder.
Lisa S. Lewis, Ph.D.
author of Special Diets for Special Kids
Karyn Seroussi's good sense and her ability to sort out fact from fiction make her the perfect person to tell the story of autism research. Add to that a son who got better and a scientist husband who helped figure out why.