Tag Archive | autistic spectrum

Stem cell “treatment” cons and autism

The UK magazine Autism Eye has recently published my feature article about stem cell con operations targeting families of children with autism: https://www.scribd.com/fullscreen/231390619?access_key=key-qJ2qURxSdBCVYlveOtC3&allow_share=true&escape=false&show_recommendations=false&view_mode=scroll It’s hard to believe anyone would take such horrifying and costly risks–but having investigated this world, I think it’s marketing that is the key to this and other autism “treatment” frauds. As […]

A new post, a new city!

I’ve just started a new post at Sheffield Hallam University, where I will be leading the MA Autism programme and teaching on other undergraduate and postgraduate courses. After a difficult summer of job-hunting, this is a welcome surprise–especially since this was actually the post I most coveted as a post-doc five years ago! For me, […]