At your initial appointment, Dr. Mielke will give you a complete list of the initial supplements your child will need.
These may be obtained at Developmental Spectrums directly at the time of your appointment, or can be purchased individually from the manufacturers, or sometimes at other supplement retailers.
Supplements can also be ordered online or via fax from your home. In order to get a medical baseline for your child, it is important to have all the specimens submitted for your tests before you start the new supplements.
Autism – Partial Bibliography
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Waly, M, Olteanu, H, Banerjee, R, Choi, SW, & Mason, JB, Parker, BS, Sukumar, S, Shim, S, Sharma, A, Benzecry, JM, Power-Charnitsky, VA, Deth, RC (April 9, 2004). Activation of Methionine Synthase by Insulin-like Growth Factor-1 and Dopamine; a Target for Neurodevelopmental Toxins and Thimerisal. Molecular Psychiatry 9(4): 358-70.