The Simons Foundation has an article discussing their choices of Notable papers of 2011. Below are their choices and links to the Simons Foundation blog (SFARI) articles which discuss them. Also given are links to pubmed for the original research articles.
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Changes planned and proposed by the new government could significantly reduce the support for people with disabilities. The time to act is now. Below is an email sent out by The Arc & United Cerebral Palsy California Collaboration. It is California focused but–you can do this from whatever state you are in. Call your Senators. […]
Robert Kennedy Jr. has been for many years pushing the failed idea that vaccines cause autism. He’s particularly interested in mercury–you know, that preservative thimerosal that was removed from infant vaccines but didn’t cause autism rates to drop. A while back he actually got the ear of President Trump, coming away with the claim that […]
A short while ago I was asked to speak on a conference call for Voices for Vaccines. The topic was the events that are behind (and misrepresented in) the movie Vaxxed. With Wakefield trying to bring his movie to Europe, and the fact that President Trump spoke with Robert Kennedy on vaccines and autism, I […]
The world’s most important autism conference may have to leave the U.S. due to Trump administration travel ban
INSAR, the International Society for Autism Research, holds an annual conference for researchers around the world to gather and present the latest in autism related results. IMFAR (the International Meeting For Autism Research) has since it’s inception also been very inclusive of community members. Autistics, parents, providers of supports and therapies are all welcome at […]
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