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What An Experimental Asperger's Treatment Taught One Man About Human Nature

John Elder Robison has Asperger's syndrome. It makes it hard for him to read people's emotions, but it's also gifted him with a spectacular mechanical aptitude. In his 2007 memoir "Look Me in the Eye: ... read more

Into the Mind of a Psychopath

With the advent of neuroscience, we know the brains of psychopaths are atypical, leading some experts to call psychopathy a neurodevelopmental disorder, akin to autism, and one that’s diagnosable ... ... read more

CNN 10: Healing the future

Even those that don’t come to fruition as imagined will have forged a path for another that will one day save a life. May we present The CNN 10: Healing the Future ... Using an experimental treatment, ... read more

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Exploring the Science, and the Snake Oil, Behind Regenerative Stem Cell Therapy

Wolther confirmed that private insurance, Medicare and Medicaid won't pay for this therapy, which starts at about $4,500 for a single knee or hip treatment and ... as quote-unquote 'experimental'?" "M... read more

GcMAF, autism “biomed,” and the apparent suicide of an autism quack

At that time, one example that I used ... anyone else that has been doing the treatment for longer than us.” Dozens responded. The replies varied from wary to ecstatic. Of course, lots of quack treatm... read more

Learning curve: Designing for autism

but that’s changing as autism rates have soared. The incidence is now one in 50 children, a 72 percent increase since 2007, according to a 2013 report from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Serv... read more

What autism can teach us about brain cancer

The 'cargo carriers,' or endosomes, of certain brain cancer ... work in human tumor cells and mice will be published on Feb. 9 in the journal Nature Communications. "My laboratory's research on cargo ... read more

Hidden Invaders

At 7 years old, Paul Michael Nelson was the kind of quiet, brilliant kid you were likely to find in Silicon Valley — captivated by Legos, self-taught ... autism and, ultimately, straight-up psychosis. ... read more

What makes us human?

It's one of those big questions perennially posed ... and the bestialisation of man. Professor Thomas Suddendorf talking at TEDxUQ about the evolution of human minds and some of the science he writes ... read more

UND panel says ‘gender ideology’ a real and present danger

In early puberty, Rice said, these children are given puberty blockers, which is an experimental treatment ... one which concerns not just the reality of our acts but what and who we are: A man ... read more

Entelev, CanCell, and Cantron: Not curing cancer since the 1930s

Mulligan is one of many Windsor ... efficacy against any cancer, a man like Mulligan might grasp at anything that he thinks can save him and participate in fundraisers to raise money for an “experimen... read more

More on “Patient H.M.” – Interview with Luke Dittrich

I open the book with a quote from Paul Bucy who was a scientist and a neurosurgeon: “man is certainly no poorer as an experimental ... subject who taught us a great deal about ourselves. But it’s crit... read more

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