Secretin, apparently, doesn’t work

I was sorry to see this story about the effectiveness of secretin in the treatment of autism: Hormone's Benefit To Autistic Unproven (Newsday). Secretin hit the world of autism like a bomb in 1998-99, when Stanley and I were involved in analyzing research data for a physician involved in treating autistic children. There was so much hope that it was the answer. So many desperate families begging to get just one dosage of it for their autistic child. It's so sad that it doesn't appear to be the answer. Or even the glimmer of an answer.
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