Autism Epidemic

The upsurge in autism is not plausibly deniable or untreatable. Greater public awareness, broader criteria for diagnosis, and other proposed explanations do not account for the growing number of severe cases. The research (see Autism: The diagnosis, treatment, & etiology of the undeniable epidemic, Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 2010, with a Foreword by Dr. Andrew J. Wakefield) shows that the epidemic is being caused by man-made and medically administered toxins, disease agents, and their interactions. Genetic factors are involved after the fact (also see Biosemiotic Entropy 2012-2014).