Many groups are coming together here and creating a happy, proactive energy for the good of kids and families, while addressing serious, vital topics.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) December 15, 2014
At the leading, long-established event of the autism advocacy arena, the organizations AutismOne and Focus Autism will welcome scientists from multiple countries who will enlighten attendees with research on the effects of toxins to children’s health, as well as present objective laboratory testing and intervention information.
Luminaries such as Dr. Lucija Tomljenovic and Dr. Christopher Exley join additional researchers from abroad with esteemed, credentialed colleagues of the United States to present a wider spectrum of thought to parents and professionals.
Dr. Nicola Antonucci of the Biomedical Center for Autism Research and Treatment in Italy will present “Effective Strategies for Intervention for Each Autism Phenotype." Dr. Antonucci has published with colleagues Drs. Siniscalco, Cirillo, and Bradstreet on “Epigenetic Findings in Autism: New Perspectives for Therapy.” Antonucci is working in collaboration with Nobel Prize winner Prof. Luc Montagnier regarding chronic bacterial infection in autism and has also studied and published about molecular pathways involved in oxidative stress and inflammation in autism spectrum disorders.
In the Saturday keynote address, Focus Autism Vice President Robert Reeves, JD, will present a compelling progress report in the case of CDC malfeasance concerning vaccines as brought to light by Barry Segal's advocacy organization and its scientific adviser Dr. Brian Hooker.
In the Friday keynote, Sayer Ji, founder of GreenMedInfo.com; Kelly Brogan, MD, holistic women's health psychiatrist and author; Lawrence Palevsky, MD, holistic pediatrician; and Louise Kuo Habakus, executive director of Fearless Parent, will present a big-picture perspective on preserving health and bridging societal sectors.
Conference favorites include Dr. Stephanie Seneff, MIT researcher, and Dr. Judy Mikovits, author of the book Plague, who courageously and frankly inform the public on aspects of genetically modified organisms and viruses that mainstream sources don’t reveal. The conference welcomes Zen Honeycutt, founder of Moms Across America, to join with Dr. Seneff in a special Thursday evening extended session.
The Children’s Medical Safety Research Institute presents tracks on the subjects of aluminum toxicity and HPV vaccine safety, information key to protecting the health of our nation’s youth.
The Thinking Moms’ Revolution (TMR) debuts the TMR Survival Boot Camp, giving parents new tools, while THRiiiVE debuts the THRiiiVE Health Liaison Training.
Teri Arranga, executive director of AutismOne, is excited: “Many groups are coming together here and creating a happy, proactive energy for the good of kids and families, while addressing serious, vital topics. The networking will be fantastic, and the conference will provide abundant opportunities to learn positive strategies for those affected by autism and other neurological and immunological issues.”
The AutismOne/Focus Autism 2015 Conference will be held May 20-24, 2015, at the Loews Chicago O’Hare Hotel in Rosemont, IL. Conference registration is open with a special pre-holiday rate of $39 (through New Year’s Eve) at http://www.autismone.org.