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Autism: What Can You Really Do?

Is autism or a child psychiatric disorder impacting your family? Autism, (ASD) now surpasses the incidence of both childhood cancer and Down’s syndrome.

Did you know it is estimated that an average of 1 in 110 children in the United States have autism spectrum disorder? This means if 4 million children are born in the U.S. every year an average of 36,500 will be diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder at some point.

This Thursday, 8.18.11, at 8 PM eastern, I have the pleasure of speaking with Dr. Patrick Flynn, from green Bay, Wisconsin. Dr. Flynn is a naturopath and a chiropractor, with great success in the area of treating children with autism spectrum disorder. Listen in, as we’ll be discussing this complicated issue, as well as answering your questions live.

Dr. Patrick Flynn, who is an expert in ASD, will help you understand this disorder by looking at gastrointestinal, immunologic, neurologic and toxicologic/environmental roots that are involved in this epidemic. Find out why he has been successful for yourself.

You don’t want to miss this call. Please invite a friend or family member who has concerns about the health and behavior of their children.

To register go to http://conversationswithdrshelbylane.com.

Here are a few of the questions we’ll cover:

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