Friday, October 13, 2006

THE HIATUS IS ALMOST OVER

Really, I swear I'll be posting something new real soon. I've been a little busy getting settled into a new house and a new career, and there just hasn't been enough time to keep up with everything. But I'm getting back up to speed and I hope to have something up in the next few days. In the meantime, start a conversation among yourselves . . .

7 Comments:

Anonymous Ms Clark said...

http://blogs.jambav.com/pramila/?title=dan_conference_notes&c=1
Dr. Quig is making bux off of DDI lab tests. Here he says that TD DMPS is not transdermal. Gee, how many times did I say that only to be accused of being a "pharma shill," not by you Wade, but other Hg parents, and allies.
Maybe, I was right. Wow, wouldn't that be cool? Wouldn't that be sad for all the people who paid money for the stinky lotion? How did Buttar cure his kid? Hah! Maybe his kid was never autistic. Oh, there I go again being a pharmco shill-like irritant.

There was an interesting detox panel discussion. Dr Quig who sees zillion Doctors Data reports had some interesting comments: like TD-DMPS is not transdermal because it doesnt trans the dermal! Suppositories and IV are generally more effective. He mentioned that none of these really penetrate the blood brain barrier. They bind to extra-cellular toxins and draw them out by creating a concentration gradient. He also mentioned that CaEDTA is very effective for lead. He emphasized the need for pre and post provocation measurements. The doctors mentioned the protocols for IVs they use in their practices.

10/13/06, 10:08 PM  
Blogger Mamaroo said...

Hope the Rankin Family is settling into your new home, job, school and all nicely. Hope all these new beginnings bring you all much peace and happiness! The Roo Family is getting ready to make a little move of our own. Here's to New Beginnings!

10/14/06, 7:38 AM  
Blogger abfh said...

I've written a response to your "You Might Be a Curebie If" post:

Social Interaction and Cure

10/14/06, 2:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The November Scientific American pairs two articles as their cover stories: one on mirror neurons, and a second on mirror neurons' possible relation to autism.

10/16/06, 9:58 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh, Camille GIVE IT UP!

TD-DMPS deserves its first two letters! My daughter's lab tests showed dramatic increases in mercury excretion as a result of TD-DMPS. It also changed the odor of her urine... and since it's sulfur-based... fed the yeast in her gut. We would get a flare up of diarrhea (an unfortunate side effect) whenever we used the DMPS.

Do you think human skin is some kind of impenetrable fortress??? No, it's porous. Like your head.

Not trans-dermal my hiney!

Wade, welcome to Illinois!



Erik

10/17/06, 7:29 AM  
Blogger Kristina Chew said...

I think we could use your analytical acumen to critique the autism and TV study----write soon!

10/17/06, 6:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Erik,

Tell Dr. Quig that he's wrong. He says he could tell from all the lab tests that TD DMPS was never TD. I'm just passing on the words of one of your own experts. All the "successes" with TD DMPS have been faked, or were placebo by proxy induced, or would have happened even if the kid had never had the stinky lotion put on him/her.

"There was an interesting detox panel discussion. Dr Quig who sees zillion Doctors Data reports had some interesting comments: like TD-DMPS is not transdermal because it doesnt trans the dermal! Suppositories and IV are generally more effective. He mentioned that none of these really penetrate the blood brain barrier. They bind to extra-cellular toxins and draw them out by creating a concentration gradient. He also mentioned that CaEDTA is very effective for lead. He emphasized the need for pre and post provocation measurements. The doctors mentioned the protocols for IVs they use in their practices." That's a quote from the mom who went to the Seattle DAN! I've read lots of parents now who say the same thing, that the news out of DAN! is forget the TD its a joke.

Sorry, looks like Buttar's little game is over. All we need now is a couple of angry parents to decide to sue him. :-)

10/20/06, 11:26 PM  

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