Autism, Chemicals, Probable Cause and Mitigation: A New Examination

  title={Autism, Chemicals, Probable Cause and Mitigation: A New Examination},
  author={K. Schofield},
  journal={Autism-open access},
  • K. Schofield
  • Published 2016
  • Medicine
  • Autism-open access
  • This extensive overview has addressed in a scientific manner the probable cause of autism. Although seemingly an impossible task, an important clue has always been autism’s triggered growth from the late 90s. This triggering eliminated genetics as a major cause and redirected it to changes in the anthropogenic environment. Global availability for ingestion by women of child-bearing years of all neurotoxic chemicals has been reviewed and potential changes examined. Surprisingly, these simple… CONTINUE READING

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