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In all fairness I've decided to write an update on the book. When I had originally bought this book I was new to autism ,and my daughter had been diagnosed two weeks prior.Now that I'm more familiar with some of the terms such as methylation,mitochondria etc I really like the book,I've read it three times now front to back and have important tidbits I miss every time I re read it. I have yet to find a book that tells you what's exactly going on with the body and helpful info on how to fix it.
This book highlights once again the need for a sea change in the way doctors, as well as parents, view autism.
Here's a quote from the very popular book Three Cups of Tea, detailing one man's ability to counter terrorism with educational opportunities: "The enemy is ignorance."
Our autistic children's enemy is not the conventional-thinking practitioner, it's his or her ignorance of the scientific facts.
For those who read and see the value of this book, please consider taking steps to dispel the pervasive ignorance about autism.
Request copies of Jepson's book for the special needs resource section of your school library, for your public library, for your local chain or independent book store. Ask your local newspaper and radio station to read and review the book. Recommend the book in your support group, and your school parents advisory council for special needs kids.
If you don't currently have a DAN doctor for your child, please do not use this book to treat your child; that was not Dr. Jepson's intent. If your area of the country does not have one, you can link up with great DAN doctors in other states. Some DAN practices have patients from all over the world.
Brian Jepson, MD, and all the other DAN doctors who through their research and practices contributed to this book: a heart-felt thanks for giving parents and practitioners alike an opportunity to apply an intelligent, scientific approach to understanding autism and its treatment.
I pray he will publish another book as more information becomes available.