All Press Releases for September 10, 2008

Successful Natural Treatment for Autism: A Progress Report

Striking, well documented, improvements in patients with autism are being observed in an ongoing clinical trial conducted by the Institute of Progressive Medicine. The trial employs a method for activating an alternative cellular energy (ACE) pathway that is deficient in many autistic patients

    /24-7PressRelease/ - BURBANK, CA, September 10, 2008 - Parents of autistic children are being trained in a simple, non-drug based, procedure that activates the alternative cellular energy (ACE) pathway in their children. The parents act as clinical investigators and openly document the changes observed during and after the therapy. Among the documented results are markedly improved social interactions with far better eye contact, joyfulness, verbal speech, reading ability, attention span and following of instructions. In one patient, previous uncontrollable epileptic seizures in a child have now ceased allowing for the discontinuation of anti-seizure medication. The results are posted on

The premise of the study is that autism is a collection of symptoms of brain damage caused primarily by infection with a stealth adapted virus acquired by the fetus during pregnancy. It is part of a much wider epidemic of illnesses caused by stealth adapted viruses. Public Health officials have been reluctant to recognize these viruses as a significant cause of chronic illnesses. Hopefully, this reluctance will give way to a more proactive response as the positive findings from the autism clinical trial become more widely publicized and discussed.

Parents and other supporters of patients with autism can assist by informing others of the trail and by joining the ranks of participating clinical investigators. A similar natural energy based protocol is being developed for evaluation in other illnesses attributed to stealth adapted viruses as well as in diseases caused by conventional viruses.

Additional information on stealth adapted viruses is available at Enquiries on these viruses and on the enrollment opportunities in the ongoing clinical studies can be addressed to [email protected] W. John Martin, MD, PhD. Institute of Progressive Medicine

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