Manuel Casanova M.D., a neurologist who holds an endowed chair at the University of Louisville in Kentucky, contends that Rakic’s mice research helps confirm a disturbing hypothesis that he and his colleagues have been testing for the last three years: that ultrasound exposure is an environmental factor directly contributing to the exponential rise in autism.
Look at images E and H. Here, the difference between controls and ultrasound-treated neurons is even more obvious. Only the neurons that had been stained green with BrdU are shown. Notice that nearly all the control neurons made their way to level 3 or 4 of the 10 bins. Far fewer of the ultrasound-treated neurons reached levels 3 and 4. A large number reached only levels 5 and 6. Worse, though, a significant proportion hardly moved upward at all, remaining stuck at levels 1 and 2.
On Fri, Oct 11, 2013 at 10:55 PM, Administrator <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
You have taken my article, Ultrasound Causes Brain Damage in Fetuses: Study, and republished it. I might have considered it an honest mistake, but you have stolen it. You even removed my name. You give no credit to the source, Gaia Health, and you didn’t include a link back to the original.
TAP – we did include a link back to the original. And we did publish the author’s name at the top!!!!!
Either remove the article or add my name as the author at the top and include a prominent link back to the original, or pay my bill of £350.00 for use of the article.