Stem Cell Therapy and Autism: Nothing to lose, so they say


Moffie ran with it this morning on Huff, found the woman who took her daughter to Germany for experimental stem cell treatment and got her to post on Huff. Well, she says she's the woman, and she could be, certainly.

Here's a blog discussing it, saying it's no big deal, nothing to lose, oh and the mom says the kid's 40% better, so it must be true, right?



An experimental treatment that you have to go out of country to get. No studies on its safety or efficacy but vaccines are the root of all evil?

Of course, with Moffie outing herself the other day with her real name, it was easy to google her and discover just what kind of activism she promotes. Well, I thought she was a few marbles light, and the google finds confirm it.

My post over at the Kirby blog where she's been busy, if it makes it on:

Moffie, having provided her identity, turns out to be an interesting individual who has certainly made a name for herself.Barbara Hartwell writes about Moffie here: http://barbarahartwell.blogspot.com/2007_03_29_archive.html.These folks also have some interesting things to say: http://www.iamthewitness.com/DarylBradfordSmith_18July2007.html.This is especially interesting: http://www.apfn.net/messageboard/01-22-05/discussion.cgi.26.html.And don't forget her website, either. http://www.wethepeopleunited.com

Moffie, I never had any idea of how interesting a person you were. You've had a busy life as an activist. Activist sounds like a good thing, right, trying to make a difference in the world around you. I'm now without any reservations that there are some people who term themselves activists who can do the world a great deal of harm.

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