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      Wednesday, August 23, 2017,  10:47 PM Eastern
Biomedical and Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) Treatments
Includes allopathic, naturopathic, homeopathic, chiropractic, Ayurvedic, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), environmental medicine and others. Each discipline brings valuable options for treating our children's underlying problems. Get up to the moment findings of what's working, and what's not. Learn from the practitioners, scientists, and researchers who are helping to recover our children. 

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  Geri Brewster, RD, MPH, CDN : Healing the Whole Person, Healing Whole Families
In this series Geri Brewster will discuss nutritional intervention, NAET (Nambudripad's Allergy Elimination Techniques), kinesiology, and muscle testing for autism spectrum and other related disorders.  Topics include:  energetic “allergies” or blockages; how Dr. Nambudripad developed NAET, how it works, and the initial protocol; discussions from Dr. Nambudripad’s book entitled Say Goodbye to Allergy Induced Autism; and Nambudripad’s Allergy Research Foundation’s preliminary autism and NAET study.
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Mary Coyle, D.I. Hom : Discussions on Bioenergetic Therapies - A New Revolution in Healing
This program shall discuss and/or interview parents or practitioners who have implemented bioenergetic therapies as a means of detoxification, or to restore balance in their ASD children or patients. Some of the therapies covered shall include: Low-Potency Homeopathic Detoxification, Sequential Therapy, BIOSET, NAET, Acupuncture, and Mind-Body Techniques. Our discussions shall highlight the issue of toxins, and their potential impact on the health of developing fetuses and small children. The principles of homotoxicology, developed by Dr. Hans-Heinrich Reckeweg, shall also be a focal point of discussion, in addition to alternative assessment aids, such as EAV Testing, Applied Kinesiology and Tongue/Pulse Reading.
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  Phillip C. DeMio, MD : First Monday of the Month at Noon - Biomedical Treatments for the Spectrum
This program will be about biomedical treatment aspects for children and adults on the spectrum. Dr. DeMio will not only talk about new and current therapies for treatment, but will also revisit older therapies.
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Devin Houston, PhD : The Latest News in Digestion, Enzymes & Diets for Autism
Dr. Devin Houston, enzyme biochemist and CEO of Houston Enzymes, explores the most recent information in the area of supplements, medicine, and diet.  What's in?  What's out?  What's worth a second look?  Join Dr. Houston as he shares his own expertise and interviews other researchers across the field of enzymes, digestion, and dietary intervention.  Email your suggestions for future shows as we discuss "hot topics."
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  Amy L. Lansky, PhD : There's Hope with Homeopathy
Focuses on homeopathic treatment and how it can be used successfully to treat autism as well as many other chronic diseases. Amy discusses her son's cure from autism and her award-winning book Impossible Cure. She covers the basics of homeopathic philosophy and treatment as well as offering specific helpful information for parents. Shows include guest interviews with homeopathic practitioners and patients who have had success with homeopathic treatment. Listeners are encouraged to email questions to Amy before or during the show.
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  Lisa A. Lundy : The Nuts & Bolts of Health with Lisa A. Lundy
This program is about health and well-being with a particular focus on how food and your environment can impact health, behavior, cognitive and learning abilities and your emotions.  Topics covered include food allergies, celiac disease, food additives, preservatives, chemicals, environmental issues, the rotation diet, the gluten-free/casein-free diet, how to reduce the chances of developing new allergies, other special diets that can improve health, greening your house, safer products, getting your children to eat healthier, and much more.  Using a variety of formats, the focus of each program is to give the listeners the nuts and bolts of what they need to know and how to produce great results. 
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  Julie Matthews : Nourishing Hope: Nutrition Intervention for Autism
Nourishing Hope provides both foundational and in depth understanding of the role of nutrition based interventions for children on the autistic spectrum. The show aims to inform and empower parents by sharing highly important information in understandable ways. From interviewing today’s experts to sharing her own experience with families, Julie aims to help parents navigate the complicated world of ASD diets, nutrition, nutrient supplementation, and food intolerances.  Julie’s strength is in making these complex biochemical processes and diets simple to understand and implement (even for picky eaters).  
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Harry Schneider, MD : Towards Restoring Language
Description coming soon.

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  Norm Schwartz MD: New Paradigms in Autism Research and Treatment
We now know that autism is a systemic disorder with brain and gastrointestinal inflammation, immune dysregulation and imbalanced biochemistry. The first DAN! Think Tank, sponsored by the Autism Research Institute 12 years ago, initiated a scientific and evidence-based exploration to unravel these multi-system abnormalities. A coalition of parents, researchers, and physicians had the audacity to suggest autism is treatable. Through sharing ideas and talents, listening to each other, and following the science for treatment strategies-- children improved, sometimes dramatically. For parents and clinicians, understanding the scientific basis of biomedical treatment is challenging. To assist this process, this monthly program will explore the ins and outs of nutritional biochemistry. Fortunately, there is an expert resource to guide in this exploration- Autism: Effective Biomedical Treatments by Dr. Sid Baker and Dr. Jon Pangborn (ARI, 2005). This brilliant, in depth, comprehensive book is a remarkable synthesis. This program will use this as a reference to take your understanding to the next level and assist you to be an informed partner with your medical practitioner in advocating for your child.

The first program will explore biochemical individuality and the historical development of the biomedical approach.  The program will discuss sources of information and how parents can best decide what is optimal for their child--prioritizing choices and a logical sequence for interventions. The program will also look at the resistance of medical authorities to accept new ideas, and how parents, researchers, scientists, and clinicians cooperatively developed ground-breaking therapies thus demonstrating autism is treatable--shattering the myth of autism as a genetically predetermined psychiatric disorder.
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  Kendal Stewart, MD & Lisa Hunter Ryden : The Parent and Physician Partnership for Healing our Children
This will be the first radio show to feature the parent and physician team approach to healing and recovery of an autistic child. Dr. Stewart and Lisa will discuss the importance of integrating a Coordinated Care Model, which uses evidence based medical treatments, a parent and professional team approach, and open communication as a means of recovering a child from autism.
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  Danise and Byron Strain, MD : Autism Recovery IS Possible!
Look at and discuss a variety of solutions to the devastating problems that children with autism face. Danise and Byron interview guests who have experienced outstanding success recovering children with autism, happily sharing all they have done to help their daughter on her miraculous journey to recovery.
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