Has anyone read this? What did you think?Answer Question
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Answer by Anonymous at 4:11 PM on Nov. 14, 2009
Wow, some of you sound really bitter.
I haven't read her book, I'm not particularly interested. I won't bother to address her degree of knowledge on the subject of vaccines, as I don't personally know her and don't feel qualified to say. I am sure when her child was diagnosed with autism she did as much research as possible, which is exactly what I would expect from even the most bitter among you. I don't know about curing autism, but in my opinion there needs to be years and years more research into what causes it. I don't know if it's vaccines, or perhaps it's heavy metals which seem to be a problem with many children these days.
Answer by Anonymous at 4:13 PM on Nov. 14, 2009
I won't read it. If I want information like that, I will do my own research. I vaccinated my kids and they are fine. I respect that people choose not to, but I'm not going to fret over the choice I made.Btw , I have no respect for a person that states she "cured" her child's autism. There is no cure for autism. What she probably cured was mercury poisoning. Still not a good thing, but not truly autism- though the symptoms mimic autism. She's a fake and a twit.
Answer by anime_mom619 at 4:14 PM on Nov. 14, 2009