Dr. Robert Naviaux Interview: Autism and Suramin

UPDATE NOVEMBER 2020: The SAT 2 trials are delayed until Fall 2021 due to COVID-19. We will post new updates when we have them.

One of the most promising autism treatment research projects, Suramin, is heading in the next phases. To learn more about Suramin please see our previous blogs on the topic (1.)

We wanted to share an interview with Dr. Robert Naviaux on the topic:

To see one of Dr Naviaux’s lectures on Suramin, watch this video from the Brain Foundation.

We recommend you sign up here on TACANow blog for updates or contact UCSD Naviaux lab here for updates on the latest steps in research: http://naviauxlab.ucsd.edu/ .

We greatly appreciate the Naviaux lab team great success on the next steps with Suramin and we appreciate their hard work.


References:

Previous Suramin blogs:

For parents of a child with autism needing support please see www.tacanow.org 

12 thoughts on “Dr. Robert Naviaux Interview: Autism and Suramin

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  1. We are all supporting you, thank you TACA, thank you Dr. Naviaux, you are going to change our lives and our children’s lives 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻

  2. Hi Lisa, I am so emotional after listening to your interview with Dr Naviaux.
    I have a sweet, innocent 5 year old autistic boy.

    I write from Kenya in East Africa where there are very few resources for autistic children and those available are prohibitively expensive with no government support and very little awareness.

    I had to share the above to impress the fact that the whole world is behind Dr Naviaux with a lot of love, prayers and hope to give our children a fighting chance!

    Thank you for your hard work and dedication 🙂

    1. Thank you for your kind words. TACA webinars and website are available to you. Sending hugs your way. Hope and treatments will come from great efforts like with Dr Naviaux.

    1. Sad to hear the SAT2 trials are delayed. I hope it can start fall 2021.

      Thank you all for the hard work Dr Naviaux and the rest of the team!! You give us all hope that one day our loved ones can live a better life.

      Warm regards from the Netherlands.

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