Understanding Autism Better?

My husband recently emailed me this post about some new findings on autism. I really have no idea what a gene CACNA1G is, but I was really all about the final statement:

“We are going to have a much better understanding of the causes of autism over the next five to 10 years,” says Dawson. “We’re in a period of great discovery.”

Apparently, autism is rare in girls. I wonder what happened here? But whatever happened, I will just keep believing in Matthew 19:26.

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~ by babystace on May 21, 2009.

One Response to “Understanding Autism Better?”

  1. I have two theories as to why autism isn’t prevalent in girls. I’ll tell them to you…don’t know whether your anti or pro-biomed, but I guess I’ll find out. First, we’re injecting female cells into males in the form of vaccines. Has nobody considered that this might be a problem? Second, Boyd Haley, thimerosal expert, found that testosterone killed cells when introduced to thimerosal. Female cells are protected from the assaults of chemicals moreso. Just my thoughts.

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