Autism: Effective Biomedical Treatments – Individuality in an Epidemic – Have we done all we can for this child? (2005)
Author: Jon Pangborn and Sidney Baker
This book, along with Kenneth Bock’s, “Healing the 4A’s” is an absolute MUST for anyone beginning their biomedical journey with a child or other loved one. Practically all the information you need is there along with some real pearls. I baulked at the price and put off buying it for ages, when I got it I thought, if only I’d bought this one first.
Warning. There are some technical areas which need looking at. However, the majority of the book is well readable, quite fascinating, and also can be used to look up terms and interventions.
I re-iterate – its an absolute must in terms of time-saving and getting you up to speed quickly.
Good luck to you if you are beginning this type of intervention, wish you well. (for test)
I ordered this book after much debate on the price, when it arrived it was daunting it looked like a university thesis but it has been the best book that I have bought in relation to biomedical interventions. My son has begun the GF/CF diet and started the supplements and I already after two weeks have seen massive improvements.
I would recommend this book along with ‘Children with starving brains’ as a starting point for biomedical treatments. The book is technical and I do not have a science background but I now use this book as more of a reference point when looking up treatments and supplements. (for test)