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Editor Our dear friend Barbara Fischkin had a letter to the editor about autism and biomedical treatment for adults with autism (her handsome son Dan) in The New York Times. The letters are a follow up to a review of Karl Taro Greenfeld's book Boy Alone. We have a contest for the book running now. Click HERE to enter.

Read the letters in The New York Times HERE.

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That's progress! I have been e-mailing the NY Times' public editor who "represents readers," and have been requesting balanced reporting on the vaccine/autism issue. I encourage others to e-mail him as well.

The public editor of the NY Times is Clark Hoyt; his e-mail is public@nytimes.com and his phone # is (212) 556-7652.

Lin

Thank you, Barbara, not only for being a warrior mother to your own son, but for continuing to be a warrior advocate for all of us!

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That's progress! I have been e-mailing the NY Times' public editor who "represents readers," and have been requesting balanced reporting on the vaccine/autism issue. I encourage others to e-mail him as well.

The public editor of the NY Times is Clark Hoyt; his e-mail is public@nytimes.com and his phone # is (212) 556-7652.

You can also write or cc the following:

executive-editor@nytimes.com
managing-editor@nytimes.com
publisher@nytimes.com
president@nytimes.com
oped@nytimes.com
editorial@nytimes.com

To submit a letter:
letters@nytimes.com

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