Fascinating interview with Clarie Dwoskin, founder of the Children’s Medical Safety Research Institute, and Dr. Stephanie Seneff, senior research scientist at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. If we are not diligent folks, 1 in 2 children will be suffering from a neurological disorder by the year 2025. As it stands now, 1 in 2 children are diagnosed with a chronic disease. Ms. Dwoskin and Dr. Seneff share research, and their concerns in this ‘cutting edge’ interview at the AutismOne conference.
And do you know what is in your Monsanto brand, ‘Roundup’? And how that is affecting increasing rates of autism? Push aside your stance on vaccines, folks – environmental factors have an intense affect on the mental health of our children.
Live from AutismOne: The Cutting Edge Conference
Holy Hormones Honey!
VoiceAmerica Health and Wellness Channel
Noon ET – 9 am PT
Holy Hormones Honey! Host, Leslie Carol Botha will be attending the AutismOne Conference in Chicago, May 21 through 25. AutismOne is a nonprofit, parent-driven organization that provides education and supports advocacy efforts for children and families touched by an autism diagnosis.
The annual conference offers world-class education with over 100 leading scientists, doctors and experts specialized in their fields, presenting the latest cutting edge treatments to tried and true therapies in understanding and healing the epidemic of neurologically damaged children in our country.
AutismOne’s call to action invites parents to “Be Part of the Healing Autism Movement”. Hundreds of parents will be attending the conference to find out how to help their children. Scientists and other notables in the vaccine safety awareness issue will be attending and presenting their findings.
Join Leslie when she does a live interview from AutismOne on Thursday, May 22 at Noon ET- 9 am PT.
Ms. Claire Dwoskin, founder of the Children’s Medical Safety Research Institute, a nonprofit that provides funding for research to address eroding national health, particularly in very young and elderly populations will be presenting at AutismOne and will be joining Botha for an interview.
Ms. Dwoskin is a child health advocate, philanthropist and leader of an international effort to address the increasing incidence of chronic illness and disability, including autoimmunity, and age related neurological diseases.
As part of her family foundation’s charitable work in the area of vaccine safety and advocacy, Ms. Dwoskin pursues autoimmune disease research. Research articles funded by her foundation have been published in prominent peer-reviewed journals including Annals of Medicine, Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry, Lupus, Autoimmunity, and Vaccine.
Ms. Dwoskin was one of three recipients to receive the “AESKU Award for Lifetime Contribution to Autoimmunity” in 2014.