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Written by Dr. James Smith   
Friday, 29 March 2013 15:20

An Education Seminar Scheduled in Des Moines

A one-day seminar on autism treatment will provide families with an opportunity to learn the science and reasons why biomedical treatments improve autism symptoms and conditions.  Parents may meet, learn from, and ask questions of leading physicians in the field of autism.  Sessions will be offered on current autism topics, ranging from diet and nutrition to sleep.  Practical steps will be suggested on getting started with an action plan for treatment and a resource toolkit will be provided.

Scheduled for April 6 in the Iowa Ballroom at Adventureland Resort in Altoona, the seminar is intended for families, friends, caregivers, physicians, specialists, or anyone wanting to learn the latest information in the field of autism.  A roundtable Q & A with presenting speakers and a cocktail hour concludes the day.

Speakers included leading specialists in the field of autism.  Dr. Jerry Kartzinel is a Board Certifieds pediatrician and a Fellow in the American Academy of Pediatrics, specializing in the recovery neurodevelopmental, chronic neuro-inflammatory diseases, and hormonal dysfunctios.  William Shaw, PhD, is an innovative researcher dedicated to an understanding of the biomedical influences on health and wellness.  With a background in biochemistry and toxicology, he has served at the Centers for Disease Control and at Children's Mercy Hospital in Kansas City.  He is a founder of the Great Lakes Laboratory specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of mitochondrial disorders, neurological diseases, and chronic immune diseases.  Dr. James Smith, a 42-year veteran chiropractor and board-certified Diplomat in Clinical Nutrition is the author of "Autism: From Symptons to Sollutions, A Parent's Track to Run On" and a founder of the website

Autism Symptons to Solutions an Educational Seminar is being jointly sponsored by Jenny McCarthy's Generation Rescue, Rx Alternative Medicine, and Great Plains Laboratory.

Details and ticket information for the seminar may be found at and


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