When Jenny McCarthy published her story of her successful efforts to save her son from autism, the response was tremendous, including a number-three rank on the New York Times best seller list. What she hadn't anticipated was the overwhelming response from other parents of autistic children who wanted to share their own stories of success.No two autistic children heal in exactly the same way. And in her new book, Jenny expands her message to share recovery stories from parents across the country, showing how each parent fought to find her own child's perfect "remedy of interventions." Along the way, Jenny shares her own journey as an autism advocate and mother, as well as the continuing progress of her son, Evan. Emotional and genuinely practical, Mother Warriors will inspire a generation of parents with hope.More
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Raw but needs to be read and make your own opinion
McCarthy Is Pro Vaccine Safety
It breaks my heart that Jenny McCarthy has been vilified, gaslighted and made a scapegoat for telling her personal story, about her experience with her son's having an adverse reaction to vaccines. She is NOT anti-vaccine, just pro safe vaccine. The media has falsely labeled those actively seeking safe, better researched vaccines as being 'anti-vaccine'. In addition, McCarthy tells of how, with her doctors' help, she fixed her son's gastrointestinal problems, which dramatically improved or cured his autism symptoms. She cut out gluten and casein in his diet, etc.I don't think my review can do her book justice. It's better to just read the book and get McCarthy's side of the story.Also, youtube has interviews with Dr. Andrew Wakefield, which are very informative and give his side of the story. There's also the movie, 'Vaxxed', And, Dr. Stephanie Seneff, Ph.D., Sr. Research Scientist at MIT videos on youtube are also very informative, etc.