Selling Hope

Can this Alberta woman fix the damaged brain?

By John Nicol, CBC News

If you listen to Claudie Gordon-Pomares, she has the cure for what ails your handicapped child.

A self-described neuroscientist, Gordon-Pomares runs an organization called the Brain Repair Institute of Canada out of a modest home in Okotoks, Alta., and claims she can cure autism and help children with cerebral palsy walk. She also says her technique, which has not been peer-reviewed by any scientific body, can stop seizures and correct other brain-related problems.

Visit her blog for more information.

[added March 3, 2008]

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