AUTISM: Who Should Be Charged With Unethical Conduct?


Majid Ali, M.D.

Who Should Be Charged With Unethical Conduct,
A Doctor or a Licensing Medical Board?

A doctor should be charged with unethical conduct if he/she promises the parents of an autistic child autism can be cured, unless that doctor can show that has been done. The diagnosis and the cure, of course, would have to be established by experienced doctors other than the doctor in question.

A licensing medical board should be charged with unethical conduct if it opposes the possibility of improving a child’s development by reducing the toxic metal load in an autistic child’s brain.

A doctor should be charged with unethical conduct if he/she promises the parents that austism can be cured with anti-fungal therapies, unless that doctor can demonstrate that has indeed been achieved. Again, the diagnosis and the cure, of course, would have to be established by other experienced doctors.

A licensing medical board should be charged with unethical conduct if it opposes the possibility of improving a child’s brain development by protecting it from mold toxins produced in the fermenting bowel of an autistic child’s bowel.

A doctor should be charged with unethical conduct if he/she promises the parents that austism can be cured with oxygen therapies (hyperbaric oxygen or others), unless that doctor can demonstrate that has indeed been achieved.

A licensing medical board should be charged with unethical conduct if it opposes the possibility of advancing an autistic child’s brain development by improving oxygen supply to the brain.

A doctor should be charged with unethical conduct if he/she promises the parents of an autistic child autism can be cured but cannot show evidence of his knowledge and proficiency in integrative programs he employs in the cae of autistic children.

A licensing medical board should be charged with unethical conduct if it opposes the possibility of advancing an autistic child’s brain development with integrative programs and its voting members cannot show evidence of the knowledge and proficiency in integrative therapies.

A doctor should be charged with unethical conduct if he/she promises an austism cure with an integrated program, including improving the oxygen conditions in the brain by reducing the burden of toxic metals, mold toxins, and environmental toxins, but cannot demonstrate that it has been done.

A licensing medical board should be charged with unethical conduct if it opposes the possibility of advancing an autistic child’s brain development, but cannot support its view with clear scientific evidence.

I believe nearly all reasonable people, including those who sit on licensing medical board, will agree with the above statements. I repeat nearly all reasonable people will do so. With this introduction, below I reproduce an article published on October 15, 2011 by Kristina C. entiteld “US Autism Doctor Charged With Unethical Conduct.”

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