April 2nd, 2012
Are we still in France, the country of Claude Bernard and Louis Pasteur ? Or are we back in the land of Diafoirus in an intellectual dictatorship that sterilizes any medical advance that upsets the establishment ?
A terrible disease that affects more and more the behavior of young children, autism is declared irreversible, and it would be a sacrilege to try to cure them. But I say yes, let us try to cure these children, and as fast as possible !
And this is what a group of general practitioners is trying to do, with considerable success : they have helped over 200 autistic children, by simple treatment with known medications .
I wanted to be their spokesman to my peers in the Academy of Medicine, supporting their results from laboratory studies detecting infectious agents in the autistic children.
This was too much for some who can not openly deny the essential, the dramatic improvements of autistic children. They therefore transform their bitterness into ad hominem attacks.
Among these detractors, I was dismayed to find Jean-Yves Nau, once a brilliant chronicler of Le Monde in the ’80s who had courageously and objectively reported the French discovery of the AIDS virus.
That time is long gone, and the new Mr. Nau permits himself to drum up all the gossip about me , stemming from jealousy or ignorance.
I will not answer to that but I will continue to defend the collective work of my fellow physicians that this attack is, in fact, designed to destroy.
This work was not born today. It follows from patient observations made over the years by doctors, who dared not to follow mainstream antibiotic use. The very rapid progress resulting from careful use of antibiotics in these autistic children exceeded the expectations of both the doctors and the parents, attested by numerous videos and testimonials.
Of course this approach does not always work. We must confirm this breakthrough by controlled double blind clinical trials, but within the rules of medical ethics.
I support this approach even more as it coincides with another breakthrough, the science that I am developing, supported by an international network of physicists and biologists : detection with biophysical methods of latent infections by viruses and bacteria. These very infections are identified in autistic children, and also in neurodegenerative diseases, joint diseases, and certain cancers. Early detection will allow new approaches to prevention of these diseases so very prevalent in our population.
I wish France not to be the last country in the world where these advances will be used for the well being of all !