Michala’s efforts on behalf of autistic children stem from her experiences with her youngest brother, Evan, 7. In February 2006, Evan, who is autistic, began receiving IV infusions of glutathione, a tri-peptide (three amino acids linked together). Prior to receiving the treatment, Evan was combative and needed speech therapy. Since being on the glutathione treatment, Evan is much more manageable and has made tremendous progress with his speech. His mother, Emlyn, credits Evan’s improved ability to learn to the glutathione.
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