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So far the cause of autism has not been determined, but all feel mercury is somehow involved, even with the injection of mercury in Thimersol, the preservative used for the DPT vaccine. Now that you know it’s in certain baby foods, the time has come to realize that the child may not have autism per se, but in fact Minamata’s Disease—Minamata’s Disease known to own very similar symptoms to autism and caused by the ingestion of mercury. Study the symptoms of Minamata’s Disease included in this book and see whether or not they apply to your own child so a proper diagnosis can be measured now that you know ingestion of mercury has been happening in America. To fi nd the FDA Reports attached to this book that prove mercury has been inside the baby foods and formulas since at least 2001 (the word “autism” coming to society in 1909 but the ingestion of mercury known to have existed for longer in fi sh, for example), Mei Ling prayed and prayed for enlightenment. One day she heard a Voice by telepathy/channeling say, “Look up prunes and radionuclides, dear.” When she did, she found the FDA Food Analyte Matrix Report that should be listed under search term “Most Dangerous Foods in America.” She does not know if there is anything known as autism now that Minamata’s Disease has been relayed as existing by Dr. Steve Edelson of Autism Research Institute in San Diego, California. He agrees that mass misdiagnoses could be possible.

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