Just Sayin’ Part V

7 Dec

9 Responses to “Just Sayin’ Part V”

  1. Mum Is Thinking December 7, 2006 at 02:43 #

    Isn’t Google a splendid thing?

    To anyone thinking of using a questionable therapy: don’t get played for a fool, Google it first. Play detective and dig around a bit…Doesn’t take much time or effort, and it can save you a world of hurt.

    Nice, Kev…I like the real time feel of this. Cool music, too 🙂

  2. Mum Is Thinking December 7, 2006 at 05:35 #

    Thankfully if you use Google these days, some of the first sites that come up for these ‘questionable therapies’ happen to be Autism Hub sites.

    T’was not always so 🙂 Kudos to Kev and others who are working to present the other side of things.

  3. clone3g December 7, 2006 at 14:40 #

    You have to wonder, if DAN! is so groundbreaking and cutting edge, why do they only attract the dregs of the medical profession?

    Is it a coincidence that all of these mavericks and pioneers graduated near the bottom of their class, if they even attended or graduated medical school at all. If they are all so brilliant and innovative, they should have aced their medical training with honors, you would think.

    No, it must be part of the conspiracy to suppress the truth and discredit the scientists who are trying to help autistic children. The CDC must have used time travel to tamper with their medical school transcripts to make them all look like flakes and quacks. That’s it.

  4. Ms. Clark December 7, 2006 at 19:36 #

    It’s de rigeur to be board certified in a specialty, but in checking on the big names of DAN!, of the M.D.’s very few are board certified. Kartzinel is, Krigsman is. Rarely they are board certified in some kind of pediatrics. Frequently their training had nothing to do with the area they are practicing in, like Neubrander trained as a pathologist, Bradstreet as an OB-GYN, Geier as a genetecist, McCandless is a sex therapist, Roy Kerry is a board certified ENT who was doing lots of chelation on adults (presumably for things unrelated to their ears,noses and throats) when he got into autism. Rimland was never an MD just a PhD psychologist without a psychology practice. Green has a board order against him, Krigsman has had some kind of disciplinary action against him, Wakefield’s in deep trouble in the U.K., Bradstreet doesn’t have hospital privileges, neither does Andrew Levinson. If their patient gets sick they can’t officially visit them in a hospital and direct the nurses to give the patient and aspirin or anything.

  5. Brian Deer December 8, 2006 at 18:39 #

    Ah, but Ms Clark, do you really need any qualifications at all to promote the DAN protocol?

    Surely not.

    PS: why dig for gold when you can use an endoscope?

  6. notmercury December 8, 2006 at 21:36 #

    PS: why dig for gold when you can use an endoscope?

    Thanks for that image Brian

  7. Brian Deer December 10, 2006 at 17:35 #

    While we’re talking about hospital prvileges and the like, maybe I could take this opportunity to introduce the mighty autism Hubbers here to the latest on Dr Wakefield’s associate, Dr Arthur Krigsman.

    Click to access krigsman-lennox-hill.pdf

  8. Brian Deer December 10, 2006 at 18:29 #

    Oh, and this one:

    Click to access krigsman-lawsuit.pdf

    It has stuff about risk to children. U know, the usual for these guys.

  9. Kev December 10, 2006 at 18:49 #

    Thanks for those Brian.

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