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Jean Marbella: The Blogger And The Doctor’s Thoughts On Autism – Baltimore Sun

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by Celebs Gossip on May 7, 2011

Crist backer Gary Kompothecras bullies Florida health officials

Crist backer Gary Kompothecras bullies Florida health officials, a story in the Miami New Times, discusses how a wealthy man is attempting to exert influence to get Dr. Mark and Mr. David Geier access to Florida Department of Health records. Here are...
by Left Brain/Right Brain on Sep 28, 2010

Circling the Wagons

The alternative medicine community is certainly loyal to their own. This seems especially true in the world of Autism where no idea is ever abandoned, no practitioner ever criticized. After the Chicago Tribune published articles on the Geiers (an...
by Left Brain/Right Brain on May 28, 2009

Is lupron just a chemical restraint?

Since it was first proposed by Mark and David Geier, Lupron therapy for autism has been criticized heavily. Do a google search—if your results are like mine, the first hit is a blog post by Kathleen Seidel “Playing with Fire“. Ms.
by Left Brain/Right Brain on May 26, 2009

Is lupron just a chemical restraint?

Since it was first proposed by Mark and David Geier, Lupron therapy for autism has been criticized heavily. Do a google search—if your results are like mine, the first hit is a blog post by Kathleen Seidel “Playing with Fire“. Ms.
by Left Brain/Right Brain on May 26, 2009

The high financial cost of Lupron therapy for autism

Lupron therapy for autism has been controversial ever since it was first proposed by Mark and David Geier. Controversial—as in the rational for Lupron for autism was based on some of the worst junk science I have ever seen. Neurodiveristy.com...
by Left Brain/Right Brain on May 24, 2009

Why lupron “franchises” for autism?

You know how it is when you read a story filled with red flags. A lot of them are obvious and hit you right away. Others sit in the back of your brain until enough pieces are put together and the idea springs forward, “that’s what’...
by Left Brain/Right Brain on May 24, 2009

The high financial cost of Lupron therapy for autism

Lupron therapy for autism has been controversial ever since it was first proposed by Mark and David Geier. Controversial—as in the rational for Lupron for autism was based on some of the worst junk science I have ever seen. Neurodiveristy.com...
by Left Brain/Right Brain on May 24, 2009

Why lupron “franchises” for autism?

You know how it is when you read a story filled with red flags. A lot of them are obvious and hit you right away. Others sit in the back of your brain until enough pieces are put together and the idea springs forward, “that’s what’...
by Left Brain/Right Brain on May 24, 2009

Should the Geiers be granted a patent on Lupron?

As many in the autism community will tell you, drug patents are big money. Usually this is used by people claiming, “he is not trustworthy—he makes a lot of money off of drug patents”. Funny how those claims aren’t applied...
by Left Brain/Right Brain on May 22, 2009

Lupron called ‘Junk Science’

It was only a matter of time before the big papers caught on to some of the quack treatments being pedalled by certain (in)famous autism doctors. The idea of using it with vulnerable children with autism, who do not have a life-threatening disease...
by Left Brain/Right Brain on May 21, 2009

Does the Lupron Protocol hurt us trying to get insurance parity?

One of the big issues in the US autism community today is the quest for insurance coverage for autism. Many states are considering or passing laws right now on this very issue. One question that comes up is how to address alternative medicine. La...
by Left Brain/Right Brain on May 21, 2009

Bravo Age of Autism

Yep, you read that correctly. In a recent blog post on the Age of Autism blog, Dr Lorene E.A. Amet wrote about “Testosterone and Autism”. While much of the piece seems to be fighting a straw man (the theme is that Simon Baron-Cohen wan...
by Left Brain/Right Brain on May 20, 2009


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