Doctors Recommend New Ways To Treat Autism – Part 3 of 3
Hollander said he plans to follow up the whipworm study with a larger sample that ultimately will contain young patients and lower-functioning adults with autism. Larger follow-ups are necessary before such treatments can gain acceptance. There is some doubt surrounding the usefulness of the whipworm, which has been investigated as a way of treating other diseases agnate to the immune system.
A major trial testing a whipworm treatment for Crohn’s disease, an inflammatory bowel disease, recently failed, casting a shadow over the worm’s effectiveness as an insusceptible system modulator. The company that co-funded Hollander’s research, Coronado Biosciences, also was behind the Crohn’s study. “I think it’s still a ways away before we know whether these treatments are going to be effective. But these findings are dollop put us on a road to better understand these effects” bahi ta bahi da farind anpi bahan nal sex hd. Data and conclusions presented at meetings are typically considered preliminary until published in a peer-reviewed medical journal.