We discover the cause of autism in the brain
Our first stunning breakthrough research paper of 2014 was made available to the public on 2nd January 2014.
Published in the prestigious scientific journal Frontiers in Neuroscience, we have found the point in the brain which defines whether a child has autism or not. In non autistic children that point is 1ml thick. In autistic children it measures 3.4ml.
For the first time in autism’s history, there is now a hard diagnostic tool for autism.
In 2013 we published a record breaking 16 research papers. And in our Treatment Centre we are using ultrasound with Goleic. That combination is reducing cancer tumours by an average of 25% a week, without side effects. Our worst result is 22%. We are eradicating pain in the first two days.
2014 is going to be another superb year.