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Dachel Media Update: Placenta and Pills

Online newsBy Anne Dachel

Two stories are interesting.  One is the Fox News report on detecting the risk for autism in a child by examining the placenta at birth.  The other is from the Wall Street Journal.  It's on research to find markers for autism in a child's blood.  Put those stories along side the New York Times piece on drug companies seeking to come up with drugs to treat autism, and it's pretty clear, autism is here to stay and we are adjusting to the disorder.  Imagine the possibilities for investments in methods for detecting autism and medicating those with the disorder---for life.  The stories about using the placenta and blood to detect autism reinforce the claim that children are born with autism.  In the end, it's always going to blamed on the parents.
 
April 25, 2013, Fox News: Abnormal placenta may reveal newborn's autism risk

April 25, 2013, New York Times: Public-Private Effort Seeks to Expedite Discovery of Autism Drugs -

April 24, 2013, Madison.com (WI): Dr. Zorba Paster: Link between shots and autism is a myth : 77-square

April 24, 2013, CBS Baltimore: Roar For Autism Event Will Be This Sunday

April 23, 2013, The Oregonian: Portland-area pediatricians split ranks over vaccine skeptics |

 April 23, 2013, Wall Street Journal: Blood Test Aims to Detect Autism

 

 
 Fox News
 
"As of today, there are no definitive tests to measure a child's risk for developing autism. Since early intervention and therapy is key for at-risk children, such a test could be critical for managing the early development of a child.

"Now, researchers at Yale School of Medicine and the MIND Institute at the University of California, Davis say they have found a safe and effective way to measure a newborn's risk for developing an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) - by looking at his or her placenta.

"In a new study published in the online issue of Biological Psychiatry, senior author Dr. Harvey Kliman and his colleagues examined abnormal placental folds and cell growths called trophoblast inclusions, which acted as effective biomarkers for predicting which children were at risk for developing ASD.

"'There are no methods at birth to diagnose this at all. Period,' Kliman, a research scientist in the department of obstetrics, gynecology and reproductive sciences at Yale, told FoxNews.com. 'The only advanced notice that a family might have a child with autism spectrum disorder is that they have a previous child (with autism) - which is sort of unfair, because it's a high price to pay.'

"One out of every 50 children is diagnosed with autism in the United States each year, according to the latest report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). However, most children are diagnosed with ASD at the age of 3 or 4 - long after their first year of life, when early intervention can be the most effective.... "
 
New York Times
 
There was no place for comments.
 
The last sentence says it all. I feel like crying.....'This is, to me, the most exciting time because we understand so much more than we did even five or 10 years ago.'
 
"With the diagnosis of autism on the rise and drug companies facing major setbacks in developing successful treatments, the University of California, Los Angeles will lead a $9 million effort financed by the National Institute of Mental Health to find effective drugs, officials said Wednesday.

"Under a contract with the institute, U.C.L.A. will form a network of researchers at other academic centers that will try to identify promising new and older drug compounds quickly, and conduct early tests to see if they merit additional investment.

"The program, part of the 'Fast Fail' initiative at the institute, aims to determine within weeks whether a drug works, rather than the years it traditionally takes to evaluate a new drug. ...

"The number of diagnosed cases of autism, Asperger's syndrome and related disorders in children has been growing in recent years, largely because of increased awareness. A recent report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Health Resources and Services Administration concluded that one in 50 children aged 6 to 17 had been found to have autism or a related disorder, a 72 percent increase since 2007. ....

"'It's taken a really long time to kind of crack open and begin to understand part of the disorder of brain biology that underpins autism,' Dr. McCracken said. 'This is, to me, the most exciting time because we understand so much more than we did even five or 10 years ago.'"
 
Madison.com

"First, where did this all start? In 1998, the British Medical Journal published an article that 'showed' immunizations and autism were linked. The article was a fraud, a lie, plain and simple. The data was faked. The article was retracted.

"The scientist behind it was rebuked by his peers, but he continues to lecture (for money, no less)?. He did a disservice to moms and dads all over the world.

"Because of this man's lies, some parents stopped getting proper immunizations for their children, resulting in outbreaks of pertussis (whooping cough) and measles all over the globe. And what happened to the autism rate in places where parents stopped having their kids immunized? It didn't drop. In fact, it went up. Autism is on the rise, we know that, but we don't know why."

Dr. Paster doesn't believe vaccines cause autism.  He says the numbers are rising, "but we don't know why."  And we don't seem to care.
 
CBS Baltimore

"Over a million people in America are living with autism."

"As part of WJZ's continuing community commitment, we are sponsoring the Roar For Autism event at Oregon Ridge this Sunday."

"The Autism Center evaluates about a thousand children like Xavier every year. And while they are who they are, the center gives parents and kids ways to adapt."

"'Your life takes a turn when your child has-I won't call it a disorder, but has a different way of going about things,' Danielle said.

"'Kennedy Krieger Institute's Center for Autism---"We're right on the cutting edge of what is known about autism, how to treat it and how to support development,' said Dr. Rebecca Landa."

We're told that Kennedy Krieger is on the cutting edge of autism research? Maybe Dr. Landa could give us an idea about when we might possibly know one thing for sure about autism. I posted comments.
 
The Oregonian
 
"In the face of more parents not getting their kids vaccinated, Gresham pediatrician John Calcagno is turning away patients who opt out of certain recommended immunizations. His clinic could soon expand the policy to all families that don't get all recommended vaccines."
Doctors who have no interest in why so many kids are sick are threatening parents. I posted lots of comments.
 
Wall Street Journal

"The blood test aims to speed the diagnosis of autism, a condition characterized by poor social interaction and repetitive behaviors that can be hard to recognize when a child is very young.
"The average age of diagnosis in the U.S. is about 4 years, older than is optimal, according to experts, because therapies are more effective when begun early.

"'Time is the enemy here in improving outcomes,' said Stan Lapidus, chief executive of SynapDx, a lab-services company in Lexington, Mass., that is sponsoring the trial.

"SynapDx, which is backed by venture-capital firms and is paying for the trial, has no ties to any autism treatment but hopes to make money by selling the test if it is commercialized."
 
 

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'How is "blame" a part of scientific research and analysis to find answers to one of the most significant medical questions of our times?'

It isn't, Karin. But damned if they don't keep trying to do just that.

Fat moms, skinny moms
Moms who screw old dads.
Freeway dwellers, TV watchers
Moms who don't play with their lads.
It's autism...
PharmaAutism...
The kind that really bites.

I'm puzzled by Ann Dachel's comment above: "In the end, it's always going to blamed on the parents." [sic]

How is "blame" a part of scientific research and analysis to find answers to one of the most significant medical questions of our times?

Greg, I hope you're right. I just wish they would do more proper safety tests on them and really
Look at possible long- term effects. Benedetta, so true! Even a physio I talked to lately had been to a talk and that was one of the points mentioned- too many "all- in-ones," now. I don't think they know the half of how it impacts kids/adults.

I don't know Greg -- I thought 5 more years for the last 25 years and it has been just the reverse.

Instead of one time two times DPT shots it became five and those five expanded to adults getting them in the form of tetanus shots -- and tetanus shots booster went from every 10 years to every 6 years to every 3 years to --- well what are they now? I can't keep up.

Then of course there is the MMR -- they keep giving more and more boosters -- the out break in Wales means: the increase in booster and decrease in the time between boosters.

Then all the new stuff that are rare diseases but the new flashes some poor soul that has had thier limbs amputated off because of ???

Then we have people falling down dead from the bird flu in China and we need new vaccines from that

And on and on we go and where it stop nobody knows.

Anne, I think pharma push for autistic drugs is a sign of how desperate things are becoming. They are well aware of the pending crisis as autistic children become adults and the associate costs of caring for them explode. They are pinning all their hopes that drugs will help alleviate this. Notice also how they slyly report that current autism drug trials have been disappointing yet they are still optimistic because they understand autism so much better. They are trying to buy time. Personally, I believe that autism is permanent brain damage and very little, if anything, will be found in the form of drugs to reverse this. I give them five years tops before they start to come clean and concede to a scaled back vaccination schedule.

Greg

Brian did you eat it?

They don't know why the placenta would be this way though -- can not figure it out

Some of the reasons listed of why a horse becomes foundered is :
A mare after giving birth does not release the placenta or after birth.

But why is the placenta and after birth not released?

Because the pitiutary that is responsible did not do it's job.

A foundered horse can no longer eat regular pasture, esp grass that has high sugar content or too much grains because ACTH from the pitiutary is damaged and is not processing carbohydrate correctly;not only that but they become insulin resistent.

I thought that was just for us humans - who are eating high carb cakes and stuff.

I imagine just as autism increases so will the four (just four) folds in the placneta means autism ------- They think.

How about endocrine disruptors that control the development of the placenta.

Oh wait -- like the guy the heads up the IACC their job is to stall, and stall, and stall.

Foundering in horses use to be very rare,and if it did occur it was in the very hardy breeds.
I buried my horse this past Saturday. I notice my neighbor has one laying out in the pasture. I thought maybe I could bring over mine and then we could have a team of lame horses. Oh and another neighbor had one a couple of years back -- it is gone though - it was a cylsdale. Guess it is buried somewhere like mine.

This comes from wormers and vaccines.

Our animals that live around us are having just as much trouble as we are.

I don't know why they're now talking about placentas and autism (perhaps just another way to draw attention away from the obvious connection between vaccines and autism?). My son's placenta was just fine... and tasty, too!

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