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They’ve Found “the Autism Gene”? Don’t Be Misinformed

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February 1, 2016 It has come to our attention at TMR that there is at least one “science blogger” claiming that “we’ve actually found the one thing” that causes autism. “A University of North Carolina researcher actually found the gene that causes … Continue reading

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Genes Load the Gun, the Environment Really Does Pull the Trigger

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When we began our healing journey out of autism almost seven years ago, there wasn’t an affordable, comprehensive genetic panel available.  There was Yasko, and there was Lab Corp testing for MTHFR.  That’s it. I distinctly remember the DAN! doctor we … Continue reading

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If I Could Do It Over

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A photo was reposted several times on Facebook a few weeks ago.  It was of an empty park bench and had this question posted with it, “If you could sit here with anyone from the past or present for one … Continue reading

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Genetic Evidence for an Environmental Cause

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Genealogy has been a passion of mine for as long as I can remember.  I love the detective work that goes into it.  The feeling of finding that elusive missing link that brings branches closer together.  Never would I have … Continue reading

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