At 10 months of age, Kalel Santiago of Puerto Rico was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer called neuroblastoma. He endured chemotherapy, radiation treatments, and surgery for two years—and survived. Then he was diagnosed with something permanent: severe autism that disabled him from speaking.
” We waited until he was 3 and cancer-free to look at his behavior.”
According to Yahoo, “He and his wife Gladys — also parents to two older boys, now 18 and 20 — did a cram course in educating themselves on autism. They tried various schools and therapies and eventually found impressive success with a unique surf-therapy school near their home.”
Eventually, the Santiago family stumbled upon a treatment of real potency and potential: CBD oil.
WITHIN JUST TWO DAYS, HE WAS FINALLY ABLE TO SPEAK. “HE SURPRISED US IN SCHOOL BY SAYING THE VOWELS, A-E-I-O-U. IT WAS THE FIRST TIME EVER,” ABIEL SAID. “YOU CAN’T IMAGINE THE EMOTION WE HAD, HEARING KALEL’S VOICE FOR THE FIRST TIME. IT WAS AMAZING. THE TEACHER RECORDED HIM AND SENT IT TO MY WIFE AND ME AND WE SAID WELL, THE ONLY DIFFERENT THING WE HAVE BEEN DOING IS USING THE CBD.”
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Is There a Link Between Vaccines and the Rise in Pediatric Cancer?
Pediatric cancers continue to occur at an alarming rate.
“It is worth noting that there was public discussion in the 1990s about the contamination of both the Salk inactivated and Sabin live polio vaccines with a monkey virus (SV-40) known to cause cancer in lab animals. Federal health officials acknowledged that SV40 was found in early polio vaccines produced with the use of infected African Green monkey kidney tissues. However, they rejected the finding of a causal association between SV40 and human cancers reported by credentialed non-government scientists in multiple labs around the world, who had independently identified SV40 in the brain and lung cancers of children and adults.12 13”
A family’s life in ruins .. after the flu vaccine left their baby girl disabled.
Few parents recognize regression in their children with autism
Researchers presented the unpublished results yesterday at the 2018 International Society for Autism Research annual meeting in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
About 13 percent of the children had lost skills by 36 months, but parents of less than 1 percent noticed a loss.
Regression is even more common among the children eventually diagnosed with autism: Of the children who have autism without intellectual disability, 39 percent lost skills, and the parents of 9 percent noticed the loss. For children with both autism and intellectual disability, these proportions jumped to 63 percent and 21 percent, respectively.
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