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  1. Northern CA Parents, please come to the screening of My Kid Is Not Crazy on February 23 in Menlo Park: "PANDAS NETWORK IS PROUD TO PRESENT A SPECIAL FRIENDS & FAMILY SCREENING OF: MY KID IS NOT CRAZY, A SEARCH FOR HOPE IN THE FACE OF MISDIAGNOSIS. Come to the screening where filmmaker, Tim Sorel, will be present to discuss the making of the film. My Kid Is Not Crazy, tracks the journey of six children and their families as they become tangled in the nightmare of a medical system heavily influenced by the pharmaceutical industry. Here it is common for a healthcare provider to prescribe a young child with a Selective Serotonin Uptake Inhibitor (SSRI) but hesitates to prescribe an antibiotic to counteract a potential infectious-based trigger. For some of these kids, what happens after several years is shocking and sad." Here's a link to info on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/events/1288292294567785/ Link to buy tickets https://www.eventbrite.com/e/my-kid-is-not-crazy-a-search-for-hope-film-screening-tickets-30312376133
  2. hi all, I am new to the group, my son is 13, original autism diagnosis,then lyme and coinfections then PANS/encephalitis. This past 6 months have been for him and our family and nothing that has previously pulled him out of a flair is working. I am desperately trying to get him IVIG and find the right protocol. Have apt at Stanford in a few days, wondering if anyone can recommend a good doc in California or have experience with getting ivig with Stanford immunology dept? thank you deborah
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