Autism/Asperger’s Biomedical Workshop at ASU in Tempe

Phoenix metro area parents interested in learning more about biomedical treatments for autism should plan to attend a one-day autism seminar on September 17 at Arizona State University in Tempe.

Conference Date: September 17, 2011

Conference Location: Tempe, Arizona

Conference Venue: ASU, Coor Hall, Rm 174, 976 S Forest Mall

Conference Speaker:
James B. Adams, Ph.D., is a President’s Professor at Arizo-na State University, where he directs the Autism/Asperger’s Research Program. He has conducted many research stud-ies on the causes of autism and how to treat them, including studies of nutritional status (vitamins, minerals, essential fatty acids, amino acids), neurotransmitters, glutathione ther-apy, toxic metals and chelation, gastrointestinal abnormali-ties, immune problems, sleep disorders, and seizures. He is the author of over 20 scientific research papers on autism, and the “Summary of Biomedical Treatments for Autism” published by the Autism Research Institute. He is the President of the Autism So-ciety of Greater Phoenix and the Co-Leader of the Science Think Tank for the Autism Research Institute. He is the proud father of a son and two daughters; one is a teen-age daughter with autism.

Conference Topics:

  • Proceeds from this workshop will be donated to Zoowalk for Autism Research.
  • The research behind 14 biomedical treat-ments for autism, and learn how to test if a treatment is likely to be beneficial or not.
  • How to develop a personalized treatment plan, in collaboration with your physician.
  • New research suggesting a new cause for 12% of autism cases.
  • The maternal risk factors in half of mothers of children with autism that increase their risk 50x of having a child with autism, and learn how to reduce that risk.
  • The results of a new major study of a novel vitamin/mineral supplement for children and adults with autism.
  • How to safely determine if a child has a high body burden of toxic metals, and how to safe-ly remove them if present.
  • Which seizure treatments are most likely to be helpful, with the lowest risk of side-effects and the greatest benefit.

Conference Contact Number: 480-831-2047

Conference Contact Email: autismconferences@gmail.com

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