AUTISM PREVENTION FATHER BABIES 24-34 PATERNAL AGE IS KEY IN NON-FAMILIAL AUTISMVaccines

"It is very possible that PATERNAL AGE is the major predictor of(non-familial) autism." Harry Fisch, M.D., author "The Male Biological Clock". Sperm DNA mutates and autism, schizophrenia bipolar etc. results. What is the connection with autoimmune disorders? Having Type 1 diabetes, SLE,etc. in the family, also if mother had older father. NW Cryobank will not accept a sperm donor past 35th BD to minimize genetic abnormalities.VACCINATIONS also cause autism.

Tuesday, May 29, 2007

AUTISM SPEAKS SAYS 1CHILD IS DIAGNOSED EVERY 20 MINUTES WITH AUTISM, WE CAN STOP THAT NOW BY OURSELVES

WHY NOT RENAME CHILDHOOD SCHIZOPHRENIA AS AUTISM AND MAKE A FINANCIAL KILLING ON IT AND NEVER TELL THE PUBLIC THAT FATHERING BABIES IN YOUR MID 20s TO VERY EARLY 30s WOULD PREVENT A GREAT DEAL OF PATERNAL AGE AUTISM/CHILDHOOD SCHIZOPHRENIA?

DON'T WALK FOR AUTISM, PASS THE WORD ABOUT THE RIGHT TIME TO FATHER BABIES, AND THE CONNECTION TO A FAMILY HISTORY OF AUTOIMMUNE DISORDERS AND IF THE MOTHER'S FATHER WAS OLDER WHEN SHE WAS BORN
WE CAN LESSEN THE EPIDEMIC AND NOT WASTE OUR MONEY. HAVE THESE CHARITIES STOPPED DUCHENNE'S NO! DIABETES NO! ALL JERRY LEWIS NEEDED TO SAY WAS TO FATHER YOUR BABIES BY 33 AND THERE WOULD BE LESS AUTISM AND DIABETES AND DUCHENNES. SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH ON AUTISM IS A SCAM- AUTISM IS NOT UNKNOWN AND BEFORE 1994 IT WAS A TERM THAT WAS VERY SPECIFIC TO A VERY WELL-DEFINED GROUP OF SYMPTOMS. SINCE 1994 EARLY CHILDHOOD SCHIZOPHRENIA IS DIAGNOSED AS AUTISM---THIS IS CAUSED BY OLDER FATHERS SPERM MAKING CELLS MUTATING ---THIS HAS BEEN OBSERVED SINCE 1958 AND SINCE 2001 MANY STUDIES FROM ALL AROUND THE WORLD HAVE CONFIRMED OLDER DAD AS A ROBUST CAUSAL FACTOR. OLDER DAD PAST 33 = MORE AUTISM GUARANTEED--REMEMBER VIRGINIA TECH AND YOU SEE AUTISM

Pittsburgh AUTISM SPEAKS "Walk Now for Autism"
The Pittsburgh AUTISM SPEAKS "Walk Now for Autism"


Thousands of individuals, families and friends whose lives are impacted by autism will join together to raise much-needed funds for critical scientific research and to increase awareness about a growing health crisis that now affects 1 in every 150 children at the 8th Annual Pittsburgh AUTISM SPEAKS “Walk Now for Autism” on Saturday, June 2, 2007 at Heinz Field.


Joining the walkers at this year’s event, sponsored by Toys “R” Us, will be special guests Larry Richert from KDKA News Radio 1020; Jake Ploeger, Channel 4 Action News Anchor and Mark Roithmayr, President of Autism Speaks.



Autism is a complex brain disorder that inhibits a person’s ability to communicate and develop social relationships, and is often accompanied by extreme behavioral challenges. One in 150 children is now diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder, including one in 104 boys. Another child is diagnosed every 20 minutes.




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This newspaper is running this story over again to let people know!


ReutersIST(13/1/2007)


Chicago, September 04, 2006
First Published: 00:00




Children fathered by men at age 40 and older have a higher risk of developing autism, possibly because of mutations or other genetic changes, researchers reported on Monday.
The study "provides the first convincing evidence that advanced paternal age is a risk factor for autism spectrum disorder," said the authors from Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, and the Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London.

The findings were based on a look at thousands of children born in Israel during the 1980s. All males and three-fourths of the females born in the time period involved were checked by Israeli draft officials at age 17 and any psychiatric disorders were recorded.

"Offspring of men 40 years or older were 5.75 times more likely to have (autism disorders) compared with offspring of men younger than 30 years," said the study published in the Archives of General Psychiatry.

"Advancing maternal age showed no association," it added.

Autism can cause symptoms ranging from social isolation to repetitive and damaging behaviour and sometimes mental retardation.

The problem has become increasingly common, affecting 50 in every 10,000 children in the United States, in part due to greater awareness and changes in diagnoses, the study said.

The report said several genetic mechanisms might be behind the paternal age association found, including spontaneous mutations in sperm-producing cells.

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GIVE MONEY TO AUTISM, BUT NOT GIVE MONEY TO A PUBLIC HEALTH WARNING THAT OLDER FATHERING OF BABIES AND AUTISM GO HAND AND HAND- THAT COULD ACTUALLY HELP PREVENT SOME PATERNAL AGE DERIVED AUTISM WHICH IS THE CAUSE OF A CONSIDERABLE PORTION OF THE TOTAL

Philanthropy 2006

James. H. Simons

Amount Given or Pledged 2002-2006: $257 million
Causes: Math and science education, autism


Twenty-five years ago, top mathematician James H. Simons left a career in academia to start New York-based investment firm Renaissance Technologies. The 68-year-old money manager is now one of the richest men in the U.S.—and is fast becoming one of the nation’s top philanthropists. A former Harvard and MIT professor whose hedge fund thrives on algorithms and computers, Simons supports math and science initiatives in New York City, including his nonprofit, Math for America, and Stony Brook University, where he headed the math department for eight years. His private family foundation has assets worth half a billion dollars. In February, he committed $100 million to a study on autism, a disorder that affects his daughter. Since losing two adult sons in separate accidents 10 and three years ago, the family has maintained a 130-acre nature preserve on Long Island and built hospitals in Nepal in their memory.





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From Pharmalot


There’s nothing like a convention. And more than 15,000 doctors visited Washington, D.C. last week to attend Digestive Disease Week, the largest-ever gathering of gastrointestinal physicians. So Integrity in Science Watch paid a visit. Here’s the report.........................


The quietest space on the convention floor was the corner reserved for the small booths of patient advocacy groups, text book sellers, and scientific journals. ‘We don’t get any sponsorship from corporations for our meeting booths,’ says Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America rep Laura Hitchens, eyeing the towering Fuji stereo sound system blaring a description of a colonoscopy camera.

Thelma King Thiel of the Hepatitis Foundation says they wouldn’t say no if a company was to offer to fund their booths but, she adds, not many companies are interested in prevention.

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I WONDER WHAT THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION'S VIEW IS ON WARNING THE PUBLIC THAT THERE IS A MALE BIOLOGICAL CLOCK AND THAT ADVANCING PATERNAL AGE AND AUTISM ETC. ARE CLOSELY RELATED. OF COURSE FERTILITY DOCS WOULD NOT SUPPORT THAT NEWS NOR WOULD MOST DOCS TREATING THE CHRONIC DISEASES WHICH WOULD NOT EXIST IN SUCH GREAT NUMBERS IF MEN KNEW TO FATHER THEIR BABIES IN THEIR MID 20S TO 32,33


ON THE AMA ON SERMO FROM PHARMALOT


The partnership was struck with a company called Sermo, which wants to use a web site to tap into the collective wisdom of its growing network of 15,000 U.S. docs. The two-year deal allows the AMA to survey its members on hot topics, just as Sermo’s Wall Street subscribers solicit docs’ opinions to help guide trading decisions on drug and device stocks.

But some docs are skeptical the service can advance medical safety, and PhRMA frets the service will spread as much rumor as fact. The AMA, however, hopes the deal will open a new line of communication, allowing its 250,000 docs to share everything from advice about treating a patient’s unique symptoms to opinions on whether the FDA should approve an experimental drug.

This does sound like a win-win, but there are potential problems. If creating an online community is so important, the AMA should do so. The organization shouldn’t, however, be in the business of promoting a forum - which allows anonymous postings - in hopes of enticing Wall Street firms willing to pay $100,000 to $500,000 for an online tip sheet.

This isn’t really about serving public health. This is exploiting the AMA membership in a way that cynically values the info exchanged as a high-priced commodity to be used to bolster the AMA’s bottom line. Exchanging medical info is laudable, but peddling the info in a way that may result in manipulation doesn’t build credibility.


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MORE AUTISM, CEREBRAL PALSY MENTAL RETARDATION IN IVF KIDS PATERNAL AGE IS A MAJOR RISK FACTOR FOR ALL OF THE ABOVE
Children born after IVF treatment 'face higher health risks'


Ian Sample in New Orleans
Thursday October 26, 2006
The Guardian



Children born to couples who have undergone fertility treatment are more likely to be diagnosed with autism, cancer and other disorders such as cerebral palsy and mental retardation, researchers claimed yesterday.
The higher risk to child health is believed to be caused by medical problems in the parents, such as diabetes and hypertension, damaging the child in the womb, but doctors conducting the study said IVF and other fertility treatments may also play a role. Medical records of children born after their parents sought fertility treatment showed they were four times more likely to have autism than those born to fertile parents. Childhood cancers including leukaemia and brain tumours also rose.

The risk of more minor problems, such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, rose by 40%, and other medical conditions affecting hearing and sight nearly doubled. Children had a 30% higher chance of being admitted to neonatal intensive care units and to stay in hospital for more than three days if they were born following fertility treatment, the study found.

The researchers stressed the figures represent relative risks. In July researchers at Guy's and St Thomas' hospital in London reported the prevalence of autism to be 0.39% in the general population, a figure that will include some children born to parents aided by fertility treatment. A fourfold rise in the risk of autism would see a child's chances of having the condition increase to 1.56%.

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