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To celebrate the Christmas period, we are doing our own podcast advent! Next in the series, I am joined by Dr Eric Weiss & his wife Christine Weiss to talk about stem cell therapy that helps autistic people and being parents of a neurodiverse child! Not only did we talk about autism, Eric spoke about having a stammer growing up which no one else knows about and more.

We have so many things lined up for this year's festive period so please keep an eye out on all our socials over the next few days! 

What if you could unlock the potential of stem cell therapy to improve the lives of those with autism?

Join us in an enlightening conversation with Dr. Eric Weiss and his wife, Christine, as we journey through their personal encounter with autism, starting from their son's diagnosis in 1995.

We discuss the challenges, triumphs, and the critical role of finding the right resources and support for autistic individuals.

The conversation takes a riveting turn as we explore the groundbreaking field of stem cell therapy as a potential treatment for autism.

Hear a powerful testimony from a mother who has witnessed transformative improvements in her son after administering stem cell injections.

We delve into the science behind this novel treatment, its ability to mitigate brain inflammation, and its promising success rate.

We also shed light on the safe use of umbilical cord blood, a practice with over six decades of medical endorsement.

As we venture further, we dive into a fascinating discourse on the intersection of autism and stem cell therapy.

We also reference a book that delves into this subject matter.

Learn from a mother as she narrates her son's autism journey and the positive impact of stem cell therapy.

Understand the science behind stem cells, their potential benefits for those who are autistic, and the importance of empathizing and supporting austistic individuals.

This episode is an illuminating peek into the potential of stem cell therapy to enhance autistic lives, offering a beacon of hope to families wrestling with this challenge.

Dr. Eric Weiss is the Co-Author of Educating Marston. Dr Weiss practices all aspects of plastic surgeryincluding: breast reconstruction. He has recently incorporated Umbilical Cord Blood/Stem Cells into hispractice after seeing the incredible healing properties in his son Marston. Born in Brunswick, Maine, hespent his early childhood in Florida. His father was a physician and mother was a psychologist, both withbusy practices. Dr. Weiss graduated Magna Cum Laude from Davidson College with special attainmentsin chemistry. And attended Duke University Medical School.

Christine (Chris) Weiss is the author of Educating Marston, a compelling memoir about a mother andson’s journey through autism. Chris was born in Haverhill, Massachusetts and is passionateabouthelping parents and children on the autism spectrum. She graduated from Clearwater high school andFlorida State University with a BA of Science in “Food and Nutrition” as well as a minor in chemistry.

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