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Your child’s autism WILL Reverse (or why the Kurz Study is no better than anecdote?)

Those of you who are familiar with the six-month Kurz Study may have looked at the result; Compared to baseline, significant improvements were observed for hyperactivity, lethargy, irritability, stereotypy and inappropriate speech at follow-up (p=0.043). Then wondered about what that “P=0.043” actually means? … Continue reading

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The limitations of anecdotal evidence – Cannabis for (real, checkable individuals with) Autism

If you’ve already looked for anecdotal evidence, you may have found a few examples. Perhaps one of the more common ones, or some of the many comments by unverifiable internet avatars. If you are thinking critically, you should have n=1 … Continue reading

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