Is a Mysterious Virus Responsible for Some Cases of Autism?

I’ve written a lot on this blog about the immune system in autism and especially about the chronic inflammation that seems to be present in at least some if not most cases of autism. With that background in mind let’s imagine you are an immunologist.

As an expert in immune problems you decide you want to explain ALL of the observations about the immune system’s interactions with the brain in cases of autism. But that’ isn’t enough to satisfy you. Now you decide you want to take it one step further by explaining what caused these immunological problems.  What data could you draw upon to sort through this problem and come to a workable hypothesis?

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Stay tuned – I’ll have more about this mysterious virus later today.

About Dr Bradstreet
Dr Bradstreet is a graduate of the University of South Florida College of Medicine and received his residency training at Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians. He is an Adjunct Professor at the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Arizona. He is extensively published in the peer-reviewed literature on subjects of autism, oxidative stress, mitochondrial disorders, virology, hyperbaric oxygen, and toxicology (especially heavy metal chelation). He is trained in the the isolation and use of stem cells.

One Response to Is a Mysterious Virus Responsible for Some Cases of Autism?

  1. Anna says:

    I can’t wait for the next installment on this one! Way to make a cliff hanger, Dr. Bradstreet!

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