Every April is Autism Awareness Month which is aimed to raise awareness about autism and provide educational information about the condition to the community. To further enhance the flow of important information, AutismOne, a nonprofit, parent-driven organization, holds an annual conference in May that brings together researchers, parents, doctors and the public to discuss new findings and insight related to autism, neurological conditions and immunological diagnoses.
During the upcoming 2015 event, researchers of Children’s Medical Safety Research Institute will be presenting scientific information at the conference which is being hosted by AutismOne and Focus for Health. CMSRI will be accompanied with over 150 presenters during the conference that include international scientists from England, Canada, Italy, Belgium, France and more to address evidence that links the onset of autism with chronic exposure to aluminum adjuvants found in vaccines.
CMSRI will be presenting the Aluminum Toxicity Track and the HPV Vaccine Safety Track to provide attendees with comprehensive data and research on aluminum toxicity and how the exposure is wreaking havoc within the body. Some of the CMSRI panelists include Dr. Christopher Exley, Dr. Christopher Shaw and many more. The lectures and discussions are vital components to raise awareness of the environmental factors that contribute to autism diagnoses and CMSRI is proud to sponsor both topic tracks on behalf of AutismOne.
The four-day conference will also include additional topics like diet, communication, gut health, mitochondrial issues and more. The AutismOne & Focus for Health Conference 2015 is open to the general public to attend and will provide valuable insight to those who know someone diagnosed with autism.
- Date: May 20 – 24, 2015
- Location: Loews Chicago O’Hare Hotel
- 5300 N. River Road, Rosemont, IL 60018
- Registration: Visit AutismOne.org or Call 1-800-908-5803