William Thompson, CDC Whistleblower – comment

Anyone who is tapped into the vaccine debate will be aware of recent news that evidence suggesting an increased risk of autism, particularly in African American children who received the MMR before 2 years of age, was knowingly suppressed by the CDC for over a decade. The hiding and manipulation of data was uncovered after […]

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A letter to the Editor of the Economist

   I wrote this letter to the Editor of the Economist today, but almost certainly it will not see the light of day.  I thought I’d publish it here instead!   LETTER TO THE EDITOR OF THE ECONOMIST I was somewhat puzzled to read your article entitled: ‘Anti-vaccine campaigners: Clueless’  in the June print edition […]

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Homeopathic detox treatment – new developments

I have recently been to Holland to study with Ton Jansen and his colleagues at the School for Homeopathic Detox.   This man is one of the loveliest, humble, and knowledgeable homeopaths of our time!  He was a friend and colleague of the late Tinus Smits, who first conceptualised CEASE therapy.  He has been continuing to […]

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Sleep Problems and Autism

Many parents I talk to in my practice struggle with their child’s sleep.  This is something that pretty much any parent can relate to on some level.  The kind of desperation that sets in after weeks or months of dogged tiredness…. ‘Take all my money, the shirt of my back, but pleeeeeeeaaaaaasseeeee just let me […]

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CEASE Therapy: A marathon, not a sprint….

By nature, I’m an impatient person.  I want results yesterday if possible.  But homeopathy has over the years dragged me kicking and screaming into a place of slightly more patience (only slightly mind you). When children come to me for treatment, usually they have complex case histories, and a unique presentation.  It is my job to assess […]

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Pin Worms and Autism

In London, (and probably the whole of the UK) we are having the usual winter scourge…. pin worms. I am writing this post because ASD children generally tend to be more prone to parasites in general, and worms among them.   This is due to lowered immunity and increased gut acidity as a result of increased […]

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Fever Is Our Friend

I find myself having the same conversation about fevers with parents over and over, so I thought perhaps it’s time to write a blog post about it. People of my generation were brought up to fear fever.  ‘Aaaarrrghhhh….Fever….quick, mobilise the paracetamol ASAP before smoke starts coming out of their ears, and their BRAIN EXPLODES, leaving […]

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