Hi Dr. Bob,
Thanks for answering questions on this forum.
I was wondering if you have noticed any differences between autism in vaccinated children and autism in unvaccinated children, such as, differences in how the autism manifests, or what treatments it responds to.
I suspect my son's autism was genetically predisposed through the autoimmune disease history in my family -- would this point you towards or away from any particular autism treatments or do you just "treat what you see"?
Also, if a parent was concerned her child was vaccinated without her consent at birth, is there a way to verify that and/or do you feel that's worth investigating?
you would get a Hep B antibody titer to see if a baby was vaxed at birth. IF it's positive, then the baby was vaxed. If NOT, then either he wasn't vaxed or he was but it's worn off.
As for autism, I haven't noticed differences. But I will admit that I haven't looked for differences specifically in any type of research way. In the busy day to day work in the office it's hard to find time to organize any research. I wish I could. With treatment, I treat what I see I guess? (but not exactly sure what that means).
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