A mother’s report of rapid reduction in aggression and self-injurious behaviors in her 8 year child with autism following GcMAF
February 4, 2013 2 Comments
The following is copied directly from and email I received and used with permission. I am proud to have been a part of uncovering this therapy for autism and you can read the full paper at the following link: http://www.la-press.com/initial-observations-of-elevated-alpha-n-acetylgalactosaminidase-activ-article-a3450
I do not recommend using this therapy without expert advise from a physician.
I just wanted to update you on D’s progress with GcMAF. We just took our 10th shot. It has been nothing short of amazing the transformation he has made. Our biggest gain by far has been a total elimination of aggression and SIB (self-injurious behaviors). Over the last 6.5 years we have tried almost everything to help D. We have done Yasko (4 years), IVIG, GFCF, SCD, 20-25 hours a week of ABA, ABA based school program, UCLA partial hospitalization program, LDN, Homeopathy, Risperdal, Zyprexa and much much more. Some things helped, but all in all just not that much.
My biggest fear was that one day I would no longer be able to control D, and that time was fast approaching. At over 75lbs and almost 5 feet tall sometimes it would take 2 or 3 people to control D when he went into a rage. Even when he was in a good mood, and no demands we put upon him he would attack people. Daily he would bite, scratch and head-butt. This often resulted in school staff being sent home with injuries,or sent to see a doctor.
By our 4th week on GcMAF we have seen a 75% reduction in aggression and now at our 10th week we have not seen any aggression in over a month. I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for bringing GcMAF to the autism community it has changed my son’s life.
D still has many challenges, he’s nonverbal, has OCD and is not fully toilet trained. We still have a lot of work to do. But every week is better than the last and we are hopeful for D’s future.