News and commentary on the autism epidemic and my beautiful boy who is living with autism.
Actually there are MORE than TWO 'camps'. Further, the term "biomed" is not used appropriately, by the group of those who are using any kind of mercury chelation 'protocol' -- that is considered "alternative medicine". The term 'biomedical' is meant to be used in the strictest (eg. "Westeren Medicine") scientific manner. Chelationists are doing alternative medicine. Period.Those closer to really addressing the neuroglial/neuroinflammatory/neuro-endocrine/neuro-immunological aspects of the co-morbidities that can and may accompany certain ASDs are closer to doing actual biomedical treatment.Biomedical = relating to the activities and applications of science to clinical medicine.
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