Part 4 David Kirby's Autism One Presentation: Metals, Myelin & Mitochondria Pathways to Autism?
Posted May 29 2009 12:00am
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These are some of the things you might want to look for, particularly if you can go back and look at when your kid was younger, because Hannah, I believe, no longer shows these markers. But when she was young, she had these elevated levels and imbalances. And many people I know have gone back and looked at their own kids’ blood work early on, and they’re finding a lot of these same markers.
So, what attacks mitochondria? Thimerosal is one of the things that attack mitochondria.