Autism Awareness Month Brings Announcement of Superior Science Converging in Chicago

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Children’s Medical Safety Research Institute joins AutismOne and Focus for Health in presenting the best information to prevent neurological illness!

Children's Medical Safety Research Institute

Aluminum has adverse effects in the human body from which children and adults need to be protected.

AutismOne: The Cutting-Edge Autism Conference® and Focus for Health are hosting a major Chicago conference that offers excellent scientific information courtesy of the Children’s Medical Safety Research Institute.

In this conference of over 150 presenters, including international scientists from Italy, France, England, Canada, Belgium, and more, the Children’s Medical Safety Research Institute will be presenting the Aluminum Toxicity Track and the HPV Vaccine Safety Track.

Teri Arranga, executive director of AutismOne, commended the Children’s Medical Safety Research Institute. Teri opened: “Aluminum has adverse effects in the human body from which children and adults need to be protected. And it has been reported that girls have perished and been severely disabled following administration of HPV vaccines. Such human suffering must be prevented.”

In a 2014 scientific paper titled “Etiology of autism spectrum disorders: Genes, environment, or both?” which is coauthored by conference presenters Dr. Christopher Shaw and Dr. Lucija Tomljenovic, the conclusion reads: “There is now sufficient evidence from both human and animal studies showing that cumulative exposure to aluminium adjuvants is not as benign as previously assumed. Given that vaccines are the only medical intervention that we attempt to deliver to every living human on earth and that by far the largest target population for vaccination are healthy children, a better appreciation and understanding of vaccine adjuvant risks appears warranted.”

Other presenters include Dr. Christopher Exley, Dr. Josette Cadusseau, Dr. Cynthia Nevison, Dr. Walter Lukiw, and many more. Additional topics include gut health, mitochondrial issues, diet, and communication.

If your family or the family of a friend or coworker is touched by an autism or other neurological or immunological diagnosis, the AutismOne/Focus for Health 2015 Conference will have insight for you.

The AutismOne/Focus for Health 2015 Conference will be held at the beautiful Loews Chicago O’Hare Hotel (5300 N. River Road, Rosemont, IL 60018) from May 20-24. Register at http://www.autismone.org, or call 1.800.908.5803 for more information.

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