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  1. Derrick MacFabe, MD (2009) Examining Gut-Brain Links in Autism


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    Clinical observations suggest that gut and dietary factors transiently worsen, and in some cases appear to improve, symptoms in a subset of persons with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs). This lecture…

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    • Martha Herbert, MD, PhD Keynote (2009)


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      The diagnostic entity "autism: is currently formally defined by a set of behavioural criteria determined by a committee of specialists and published in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM-IV)…

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      • Wendy Edwards, BSc, MD, FRCP (2009) Biomedical Treatments for Autism – An Overview


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        This talk will cover three main areas of medical dysfunction in the patient with autism and how to treat them: gastrointestinal dysbiosis and inflammation; abnormalities of the immune system and metabolic…

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        • Richard E. Frye, MD, PhD (2009) Abnormal Biomarkers of Energy Metabolism in Children with Autism


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          Reports have suggested that a subset of autistic children have mitochondrial or fatty-acid oxidation defects. The metabolic studies from 133 consecutive patients evaluated in a medically-based autism…

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          • Rudi Verspoor, DMH (2009) Heilkunst Treating ASD with a Comprehensive Approach Using Homeopathic Remedies


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            Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a complex disorder with multiple causes, and each case presents its own unique and distinct challenges. The key is to treat the causes not just the effects. Treating…

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            • Brian Jepson, MD (2009) Treating Autism: Understanding Biomedical Treatment Options


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              Dr. Jepson will describe the multiple organ system involvement of the autism spectrum including the brain, the gut. the immune system and the detoxification/metabolic system. He will discuss the mechanisms…

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              • William Walsh, PhD (2009) Oxidative Stress in Autism Spectrum Disorders


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                New research indicates that the dominant factor in autism is genetic weakness in coping with oxidative stress. IN autism, environmental oxidative insults cripple key protective proteins needed for…

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                • Lauren Underwood, PhD (2009) Biomedical & ABA Therapies Together Improve Optimal Outcomes


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                  Treatments grounded in applied behaviour analysis (ABA) as well as biomedical approaches have individual helped provide effective treatment models for autism. However, for optimal success, these interventions…

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                  • Kyle Van Dyke, MD (2009) How to Assess & Prioritize Treatments


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                    As a parent of a child with autism or ADHD, the number of available treatments appears endless. Dr. Van Dyke will discuss the concept of using evidence-based medicine to choose effective treatments…

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                    • Jon Pangborn, PhD (2009) Coupled Dysbiosis and Metabolic Dysfunctions


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                      Children with an autism spectrum disorder have significant delays in their communication and social interaction skills. When attempting to teach them new language and social skills, it is important…

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                      • Stephen Shore, EdD (2009) Supporting People with Autism for Successful Transition to Adulthood


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                        Achieving a best outcome for a productive transition to adulthood requires intervention in three main areas: 1. behavioural/developmental/educational 2. biomedical

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                        • Kyle Van Dyke, MD: Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for Autism


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                          In this lecture Dr. Van Dyke will explain the use of hyperbaric therapy for autism. Dr. Van Dyke will explain what hyperbaric therapy is and how it works. He will review the published studies on hyperbarics…

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