Dimethylglycine and people with autism
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Dimethylglycine and people with autism

Ada Montgomery Behavioural Nurse Specialist, Community Intensive Support Team, Doncaster and South Humberside NHS Trust

After finding some interesting research findings on the web from 40 years ago, pointing to the beneficial effects of a drug, dimethylglycine, on children with autism, Ada Montgomery set up a small trial herself. The results are promising, and now she anticipates some larger-scale studies will be carried out into properties of this substance

After finding some interesting research findings on the web from 40 years ago, pointing to the beneficial effects of a drug, dimethylglycine, on children with autism, Ada Montgomery (pictured) set up a small trial herself. The results are promising, and now she anticipates some larger-scale studies will be carried out into properties of this substance

Learning Disability Practice. 9, 2,34-36. doi: 10.7748/ldp2006.03.9.2.34.c1657

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