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Based on the existing knowledge about autism spectrum disorder, teams of renowned researchers have devised therapies that, as research shows, help certain groups of patients. Many of the existing autism treatments are already used for other diseases, the conference hopes to encourage professional discussion about the possibilities of using existing resources for treating patients with autism, in accordance with the latest scientific research. Continuing Medical Education (CME) points will be provided for this event.
James Adams, PhD
Arizona State University
Update on Microbiota Transfer Therapy / Faecal Matter Transplant (MTT/FMT)
Gordana Tomac, MD
I hereby invite you to attend the SEECA conference, which is one of the first events in South East Europe where the latest research on the medical treatment of autism spectrum disorders will be presented….
Prof. Aleksandar Ljubić, MD, PhD
Dear colleagues, associates, families of children with autism, friends: Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is characterized by a complex change in behavior, social interaction and communication.
Nicola Antonucci, MD
This conference in Serbia will be the opportunity for Serbian and European doctors to increase their knowledge about advanced therapies for Autism which have shown to be effective for some of the…
Prof. Dušan Marić, MD, PhD
Belgrade will be hosting The South-East European Conference on Autism (SEECA), organized by our friends from Association for Science and Autism (nAUkaTIZAM), June 2nd to 4th, 2022.
Eric Lemonnier, MD
CHRU Brest Hospital Bohars
Role of Bumetanide in treatment of autism
Aleksandra Rabrenovic, PhD
As a mother of a child on the autism spectrum, I know how difficult it is for children with autism and our entire families. It has long been believed that autism is a consequence of the behavior of “cold mothers”…
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