Friday, May 15, 2015

Why Is MIT Hiding This Breakthrough?

Universities are quick to shout discoveries and breakthroughs from the highest mountaintops. When big news comes from the lab, a communications department springs to action, broadcasting the breakthrough throughout the public media.

Autism is a series of disorders affecting many children and adults. Over the years the numbers of those diagnosed with autism have increased.  Many feel that this is due to increased surveillance and inclusion of additional sympomology under the title of "autism".

Precise causes of autism spectral disorders remain elusive, and there is no cure. 

Unless you are Stephanie Seneff, described as a "Research scientist" "of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), a widely published author on topics ranging from Azlheimer’s Disease to autism and cardiovascular disease."   



Why the silence from MIT? 


Seneff not only knows the cause of autism, she knows the cure. 

So why is this expert on autism and cardiovascular disease being squelched by MIT?