New Study Results for Microbiota Transplant Therapy for Children with Autism
Watch a video presentation by Prof. James Adams and Dr. Rosa Krajmalnik-Brown for a family-friendly explanation of the results from our Microbiota Transplant Therapy for Children with Autism study! You can read the full article here.
In the News: You can view Fox News' coverage of the study here, watch a feature about the study in a documentary here, watch a Facebook live interview with Prof. Adams here, and read a press release about the study by ASU Now here.
New Study Published! “Long-term benefit of Microbiota Transfer Therapy in Autism Symptoms and Gut Microbiota,”
Autism symptoms reduced nearly 50% two years after fecal transplant. You can read the article and the press release online.
Rating of the Effectiveness of 26 Psychiatric and Seizure Medications for Autism Spectrum Disorder: Results of a National Survey
This paper covers data from 505 autism families, and is part of a larger national survey we are conducting. Read the article here.
For families and physicians we think Tables 2 and 7 will be most helpful. Table 2 has ratings for each medication, including overall benefit score, most common symptoms benefited, and overall adverse score and most common adverse effects. Table 7 lists what treatments were reported to be most effective for each of 19 symptoms that commonly occur in people with ASD. Note that the scores on these tables are averages, and individuals may respond differently.
Survey of vocational experiences of adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders, and recommendations on improving their employment.
Survey results from 172 participants in Arizona about their vocational status and experiences. Based on this information we provide recommendations that we think will help adults with ASD find and maintain employment. Download the article here.
Results of 12 Month Comprehensive Nutrition and Diet Treatment Study
Our comprehensive treatment study including vitamins, minerals, essential fatty acids, Epsom salt baths, carnitine, digestive enzymes, and a healthy allergen-free diet resulted in significant improvements in nutritional status and autism symptoms. Read the article here.