Cure has been a dirty word in autism for decades. We've been carefully taught that there is no cure for autism. Treatments are only therapeutic and rarely medical. And to want a cure is to hate your child. We've seen a similar conflict during the Covid years. If you're an old timer in the biomedical autism world, you'll remember that Lupron was suggested as a treatment for high mercury to lower aggression and some of the worst autism symptoms. In 2010, Disability Scoop called it a "Chemical castration drug,"and said What’s more they are highlighting the risks that Lupron can bring patients including heart problems, stunted growth and impotence..." Meanwhile, and unbeknownst to most of us, The Kaiser Family Foundation gushed over the use of Lupron as a godsend for the mental health of transgender adolescents: ...in 2008 that the Endocrine Society approved puberty suppressors as a treatment for transgender adolescents as young as 12 years old. The Society..declared that the intervention appears to be safe and effective. In 2011 the World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH), also issued Standards of Care for the treatment of patients with gender dysphoria, which include puberty suppression. There are few reported side effects to this off-label use of sex hormone suppressors.
Now look at this parallel with Covid and Dr. Meryl Nass - who was sanctioned for treating patients.
How a false hydroxychloroquine narrative was created, and much more
By Dr. Meryl Nass
It is remarkable that a large series of events taking place over the past months produced a unified message about hydroxychloroquine (HCQ), and produced similar policies about the drug in the US, Canada, Australia, NZ and western Europe. The message is that generic, inexpensive hydroxychloroquine (costing only $1.00 to produce a full course) is dangerous and should not be used to treat a potentially fatal disease, Covid-19, for which there are no (other) reliable treatments.
Hydroxychloroquine has been used safely for 65 years in many millions of patients. And so the message was crafted that the drug is safe for its other uses, but dangerous when used for Covid-19. It doesn't make sense, but it seems to have worked. Read the full article here.
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