Be Aware of Potentially Dangerous Products and Therapies that Claim to Treat Autism
This online article describes how companies have made improper statements suggesting that various products can be used to cure autism; these include chelation, hyperbaric oxygen therapy, detoxifying clay baths, and other products. The article notes that there is no cure for autism and warns that using some products may carry health risks.
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