"Improving the health and development of individuals with autism," is the introduction to Ms. Amet's website Autism Treatment Plus. My goodness, doesn't that sound just dreadfully cruel? Improving the health - pshaw! Improving development - scandalous! Cure for autism has been a four letter word for decades. Even treatment needs to be wrapped in obfuscation and cloudy verbiage to pass muster. We've seen many experts, like Dr. Amet, who have the audacity to try to help families facing the challenges of a loved one with autism smeared, ridiculed, put out of business and perhaps... worse. It's as if healthy, clean food, non-toxic living and proper nutritional supplementation are worse than chemotherapy and radiation combined.
Meanwhile, every day I see adults standing outside in the cold, New England air pulling down COVID masks to smoke their cigarettes during a work break and the lines of cars at McDonald's snaking into the streets like never before, as overweight Americans riddled with heart disease and diabetes get their daily fix. Our idea of treatment, health, how to protect ourselves is inside out.
Below is a response from Lorene Amet, PhD, to the ambush consultation that lead to what we in the USA would call a smear campaign publish in the Mirror in the UK. High paid doctor falsely claims MMR jab triggers autism - and chicken nuggets can help cure it Dr Lorene Amet was recorded making the claims and experts were left horrified by her remarks. The involvement of a supposedly respectable newspaper with the attention seeking Emma Dalmayne is disturbing. We wrote about the article earlier this week: Throwback to the Chew Leach Baggs Era
“Self-styled £210-an-hour autism guru says organic chicken nuggets can help cure it”
The article published by the Mirror on 31.10.20 follows an undercover recording of a consultation with the campaign activist Emma Dalmayne, from A.I.M – Autistic Inclusive Meet. The recording was coordinated by Amy Sharpe with whom Emma Dalmayne previously collaborated on other pieces using a similarly imbalanced / poor quality reporting, subterfuge and secretive recording devices.
I believe the stunt consultation was part of an orchestrated campaign aiming at defaming me personally and is evidence of breach of the Editor’s Code of Practice because of its inaccuracy and the misleading reporting of the article.
My complaint to IPSO (Independent Press Standards Organisation) is currently being assessed. I will update on the outcomes in due course.