This paper makes perfect sense. By practicing above things, a pediatric practice has seen no new cases of autism since 2000.
The Eisenstein practice has a good record also with regard to autism, allergies, and all manner of childhood illnesses. As a matter of fact, a health insurance company called the Eisenstein office asking if they had forgotten to send in some claims since so few claims came from that office. Interesting!
But is anyone offering to study them?
~paraphrased from "Forrest Gump"~
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