Autism is a curable disorder
Incurable autism is a superstition created by modern medicine
For a long time, I have insisted that autism is curable, and in my clinical experience, I have helped countless children recover in their journey with autism. There are numerous cases where children who were nonverbal and did not make eye contact became children that excelled in school and made friends as generally accepted.
However, modern medicine considers autism incurable. Most people extend the fact that it cannot be treated with modern medicine and think that autism is simply an incurable disease. They believe autism is a congenital disorder, and it is almost impossible to fully recover from cranial nerve impairment. They see this belief as a scientifically made conclusion, criticizing efforts to treat autism fundamentally. Unfortunately, I’m afraid that’s not right. To be precise, modern science has not yet accurately identified what autism is, and modern medicine has no idea of how to treat autism. There is a level of ignorance in these ideas. Now is the time for humanity to make the best efforts in this field, as autism is recoverable. Science does not tell us to condemn such actions.
Numerous reports of autism cured
There is a multitude of reports on the treatment of autism. Reports that children have achieved dramatic betterment, rather than slight, moderate improvement, and recovered to neurotypical are more common. One notable recent report is a study of stool transplantation conducted by Arizona State University. I do not think that stool transplantation will conquer autism, and I am against the current reckless craze for stool transplantation. Nonetheless, this study demonstrated that autism is curable. In this study, an eight-week stool transplantation for 15 children with severe autism induced microbiome changes, and four freed themselves from the autism spectrum. An eight-week-long treatment was enough to recover from autism.
One can easily find testimonials that nonverbal autistic children became fully able to speak with the ketogenic diet. Jaquelyn McCandless, M.D., described in her book a case where she used the antiviral agent Valtrex and recovered a child with severe autism to normal in just three months. It is said that using vancomycin on children with degenerative autism led to significant improvement in 80% of the cases. However, as vancomycin is unsuitable for prolonged use, they gradually relapse after stopping the drug. These are just a few cases. It is important that they exhibit short-term betterment in response to treatment with specific treatments/medicines for internal use. These cases clearly show that autism is curable. But modern medicine has no appropriate treatments, and the new consistent and reproducible treatment has not yet been widely shared.
I have seen many children develop typically by using Korean herbal medicine as the primary treatment and dietary and nutritional therapies being adjacent therapies. Even before the completion of the Dr. Tomato protocol, I found that a six-month treatment with Korean herbal medicine for 16 children with typical autism yielded a 25% cure rate, with four of them returning to normal.
The cure rate has been even higher since the completion of the Dr. Tomato protocol. It does not take long to witness a response to treatment and marked improvement. In many cases, the signs of autism are removed in three months, if not shorter, or in six to nine months at the latest. In my experience, all successful cases show significant improvement in three to six months, which is consistent with other reports. The reason for this is straightforward. Autism is not a disease that results from permanent brain damage. The damages are reversible and caused by inflammatory reactions in the brain nerve system. When the inflammatory response is controlled, and the damages are repaired, autism is also cured.
Autism is a degenerative disease in children
Autism is by no means a congenital disease or complete brain damage. It is a degenerative disease that progressively worsens. In many cases, children who could make eye contact suddenly stop making eye contact at 10 months of age or so. It is also commonly reported that children who could speak simple words regress and become nonverbal at 18 months of age. These children are classified as diagnosed with degenerative autism. However, Dr. Tomato protocol has been observed in clinical cases where children who had made no eye contact in the first place at three months of age improved with treatment. This suggests that they were not born autistic. After all, autism is a degenerative disease, and it is only a matter of timing. Early degeneration leads to severe autism, and degeneration appearing in later stages leads to mild autism. Being a degenerative disease, not a congenital disease, most autism cases are curable by removing the cause of degeneration.