Edelkind-Noesges 2020: Vaccine Adjuvants and Selected Neurotoxins in ADHD and Autism

Capstone for Masters Degree, Walden University, October 2020

This paper explores the connections between autism, everyday toxic exposures such as fluoridated water, and vaccine damage.  One important question, in particular, is whether the link may involve a deficiency of the enzyme phenol sulfotransferase (PST, also known as SULT1A).   This enzyme is important for metabolism of xenobiotics such as food dyes, toxins, medications, etc.

This paper focuses on some of the less-recognized risk factors for both attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and autism, with an emphasis on the importance of PST.

FULL TEXT (29 pages, double spaced)

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1 Response to Edelkind-Noesges 2020: Vaccine Adjuvants and Selected Neurotoxins in ADHD and Autism

  1. Tanya Esacov says:

    Thank you for this Shula. Fascinating.

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