How Metallomics is Supporting the Mission of Dwoskin Family Foundation in Discovering Root Causes of Autism

Scientists from the Health Science Library and La Belle Vie Research Laboratory in Tokyo, Japan, used metallomics to understand the roles metals play in people with autism.

For the study, hair samples from 1,967 children aged 0-15 were used to identify 26 trace elements.  Some of these elements included zinc, magnesium, and calcium (Metal Group 1), as well as aluminum, cadmium, and lead (Metal Group 2).

What the study found was that children with deficiencies of Metal Group 1 accounted for 1,000+ of the study’s participants and that children with high burdens of Metal Group 2 accounted for about 600 participants. Read more

Researcher for Dwoskin Family Foundation Helps Expose Aluminum’s Detrimental Long-Term Side Effects

Dr. Christopher Shaw was recently mentioned in an article that covered a new post-vaccine syndrome called Autoimmune Inflammatory Syndrome Induced by Adjuvants (ASIA).

At the 3rd International Symposium on Vaccines, it was announced that a world registry would be created for ASIA.

According to the article on ASIA by Green Med Info, ASIA’s diagnostic criteria includes “weakness, anxiety, rashes, chronic fatigue, sleep disorders and the onset of a range of autoimmune diseases from Systemic Lupus Erythematosis to Rheumatoid Arthritis.” These side-effects, linked to vaccines containing aluminum, typically occur years after exposure to aluminum and other toxic adjuvants.

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