How to End the Autism Epidemic is the title of a book by J.B. Handley.
Who is J.B. Handley?
Handley is the author of the book, How to End the Autism Epidemic, published in 2018. The publisher is Chelsea Green.
Chelsea Green is an employee-owned Vermont-based publishing company. They publish many excellent, outside-the-box nonfiction books.
My favorite Chelsea Green books include:
J.B., a businessman unafraid to say what he thinks
I first met J.B. Handley in 2015. He was there when I testified in front of Oregon legislators. He and I have been colleagues ever since.
He’s brilliant, successful, and sharp-tongued.
Handley is also the co-producer of the documentary film, Autism Yesterday. In addition, he co-founded Generation Rescue. GR was a non-profit organization focused on helping children recover from autism. His son Jamison, who was diagnosed with autism in 2004, has inspired much of his writing and vaccine safety advocacy.
Handley also co-founded Swander Pace Capital, a private equity firm with more than $1.5 billion under management. He served as managing director there for twenty years.
What’s How to End the Autism Epidemic about?
How to End the Autism Epidemic is a book based on over a decade of autism research.
I read this book in just two sittings. Vaccine safety, the rise in autism spectrum disorders among today’s children, and responsible medicine are all subjects with enormous ramifications for human health.
Moreover, J.B. Handley’s science-forward book presents a sophisticated argument. We humans are as different as our fingerprints. Which means we cannot benefit from one-size-fits-all medicine.
In How to End the Autism Epidemic, Handley rejects binary labels. He refuses to simplify the debate. Instead, he argues that we all need to see beyond the mainstream medical narrative. We need to make personalized medical decisions. Most importantly, Handley offers the reader an informed, intellectual, and fact-based plan to stop the environmental causes of brain damage.
J.B. has worked tirelessly to gather resources. If you want to raise a healthy child, this book is a great place to begin.
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