BRAVO!!!!Parents MUST educate themselves! They must take charge of their children's health. READ! READ!!READ!!! It's very interesting to hear most conversations on the causes of autism. The medical community tryswith all their might to keep the lid on the vaccination can of worms and that is a travesty!I am So very grateful vaccinations came to a screeching halt at our house after your measles shot. Only by the grace of God clunking your mother on the head with a very large hammer, kept you from living in the world of autism.
Go Jenny! Finally someone with a high enough profile and outspoken enough to take the vaccine schedule to task. It is still hard to get educated reading online as there is so much to sift through. I bought a book called "The Vaccine Book" by Dr. Sears. It was an easy read for such a difficult subject and really helped me decide what to do with my little DeLuca.
I love her. It can be intimidating to stand your ground like that, especially on live TV. I had never heard that about a gluten-free diet helping with autism. I'm thankful she's getting this information out there. It's shocking, really.
Reading this quite late but Jenny's son does not and never had autism, rather a neurological disorder called Landau-Kleffner syndrome and she has since changed her opinion on the link between the MMR vaccine and autism spectrum disorder. The one study suggesting a link between the two, by Wakefield, has been retracted after the finding that it was fraudulent (e.g., made up). While Jenny is to be applauded for being such a strong advocate for her son and autistic children in general, this is an example of the unintended consequences of misinformation and intense, yet misplaced, motivation.