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Published on Jul 9, 2014
http://cdautism.org - Stephanie's son was diagnosed with autism at 13 months. He was developing normally until he changed overnight. A family member approached her and said something was wrong. She immediately got on the internet and found autism right away. He had the classic symptoms. She spent night and day on the net researching. They got into biomed right away, light oxygen therapy, homeopathy, etc. You name it, they tried it. Her son is the classic hard case. He didn't respond to anything except regain some eye contact and more interaction. But, for the most part, he wasn't there. It was hard. The family ran out of money. Stephanie had given up. Her emotions went between acceptance and non-acceptance. She ran into another mom that was trying GcMAF. This led her to the CD Protocol. Something inside told her to check this out more. When she first saw the parasite photos on the facebook groups she thought this was crazy. But, she was desperate and had a little bit of hope, so her and her husband went for it. About a week into the protocol, she saw the first parasite come out of her son. She was mortified and couldn't believe that this was coming out of her kid. From then on her and her husband were on board. His starting ATEC was 96. She felt like she was in a whole new world of hope. She cleaned out the cupboards, changed the diet, and saw gains right away. Shortly after starting, he dressed himself. He is now potty trained, eating veggies... like a whole new kid. She never thought he would be potty trained. Before, he didn't seem to understand anything and take no directions. Now, if she asks him to turn on the fan, he does. Their family life has changed for the better. Her son's ATEC score is now down to 74 after 7 months of being on the protocol. The parasites are coming out daily. He is sleeping through the night. She is now looking forward to her son's future. For more information about the CD Protocol go to http://www.cdautism.org.