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17 April 2012

Nobel Laureate Luc Montagnier to Deliver Presentation on New Treatment and Prevention Approaches at Autism One Generation Rescue Conference


Nobel Laureate Luc Montagnier will address the Autism One Generation Rescue Conference on Friday, 25 May 2012, at 11.30 am.  The conference will take place 23-27 May 2012 at The Westin Yorktown, Lombard, Illinois (outside Chicago).  It will present new approaches to the treatment and prevention of the autism-related syndrome, which according to recent statistics from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) now affects an estimated 1 in 88 children (1 in 54 boys and 1 in 252 girls).  “We must consider environmental factors as they have changed considerably our biosphere:  infant nutrition, air pollution and pesticides, increased exposure to electromagnetic radiation of all frequencies associated with the globalization of human communication, and changes in our microbial flora,” states the article on the presentation.  See also this short video clip about treating autism from 20 February 2012.
Go to Autism One Generation Rescue Conference to register ($25 processing fee, conference is free.)

Regarding electromagnetic fields as a risk factor for autism, read this, from an article by Dr. Mercola published 17 April 2012:

Work by Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt suggests there are distinct correlations between a woman's exposure to electromagnetic fields during pregnancy and her child's neurological functioning… If you sleep in strong electromagnetic fields during pregnancy, your child will likely begin to exhibit neurological abnormalities within the first two years of life, such as neurological dysfunction, hyperactivity, and learning disorders.
In 2007, this theory received additional support from a study published in the Journal of the Australasian College of Nutritional & Environmental Medicine. It presented the theory that electromagnetic radiation (EMR) from cell phones, cell towers, Wi-Fi devices and other similar wireless technologies may work in conjunction with genetic and environmental factors, becoming an accelerating factor in autism. After more than five years of research on children with autism they found that EMR negatively affects cell membranes, allowing heavy metal toxins, which are associated with autism, to build up.

Following is a summary of the presentation to be delivered:

AUTISM: The Microbial Track     
Presented by Nobel Laureate Luc Montagnier, M.D., and the group CHRONIMED

 Health authorities in many countries are concerned - and rightly so - of the significant growth in the number of children with a specific neuropsychiatric syndrome, autism. The most recent CDC US statistics give an estimate of 1 child in 88 affected by an autism-related syndrome. The sociopsychological aspects of this complex syndrome should be treated as such, but we researchers and doctors believe it necessary to go further by looking for organic causes and from this, derive a policy of both treatment and prevention. The observed increase may come from genetic factors -- real factors to be sure -- but factors that have not changed in the various populations affected in less than a generation. On the other hand, we must consider environmental factors as they have changed considerably our biosphere: infant nutrition, air pollution and pesticides, increased exposure to electromagnetic radiation of all frequencies associated with the globalization of human communication, and changes in our microbial flora.
Our group of researchers and physicians from European countries, Chronimed, is studying chronic diseases. Our recent observations  may lead to new approaches of treatment and prevention. These observations are of two types: biological and clinical. There is in the blood of most autistic children -- but not in healthy children -- DNA sequences that emit, in certain conditions, electromagnetic waves. The analysis by molecular biology techniques allows us to identify these electromagnetic waves as coming from already known bacterial species. This correlation, which is based on more than one hundred children of European origin, naturally does not prove a causal relationship. However, a therapy first started by a group of independent clinicians and now performed in conjunction with laboratory observations reinforces the idea that systemic bacterial infections play a role in the genesis of symptoms of autism.



Our GPs have observed that a long-term therapy consisting of successive antibiotic treatments with accompanying medications induced in 60% of cases a significant improvement -- sometimes even a complete resolution of symptoms. These children can now lead a normal school and family life. In conjunction with these treatments resulting in amelioration of symptoms is the disappearance of electromagnetic signals associated with the plasma bacterial DNA.


    

Our working hypothesis is that immune dysfunction associated with inflammation of the intestinal mucosa leads to the introduction of bacterial components, including neurotoxins,
into the bloodstream, creating oxidative stress as well as microvascularities, especially affecting meningeal vessels and finally specific neuronal damage.



Of course, much research is still needed to strengthen this hypothesis, but our goal here is to have the medical community and the parents be aware of these opportunities for immediate treatment that can improve or cure more than half of autistic children. It is expected that, in the future, similar approaches will be applied to other serious chronic conditions of children and adults, including rheumatological disorders.


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