was replaced after the discovery of ivermectin because of its toxicity.

Today -in an interview about Corona -I heard for the first time about a tropical drug that was tried for autism with good results. Suramin is used intravenously for African sleeping disease. [ African trypanosomiasis ]It is a potential toxic drug and it is not used orally, probably for reasons of absorption. So, it would be a great idea to try a homeopathic dilution [ D6]? and see if it does anything on autism spectrum.I could not find a homeopathic dilution on the Internet.

If any of the readers have at the moment a friend-doctor working in Africa then maybe it would be possible to get just “a part of a drop ” from this solution.Let’s hope so.Maybe some one in the world already tried the homeopathic dilution??..


Symptoms of late stage trypanosomiasis Beeching, Nick; Gill, Geoff. Tropical Medicine (Lecture Notes) (Kindle Locations 6174-6180). Wiley. Kindle Edition. 
Late stage symptoms and signs Symptoms and signs of disturbed cerebral function predominate. Behavioural changes are common: a patient whose personal habits were previously fastidious becomes careless about appearance; his or her speech becomes coarse and temper unpredictable and he or she may behave in a socially unacceptable way. Psychiatric manifestations of agitation or delusions may become severe enough to mimic mania or schizophrenia. Sleep becomes disordered in that the patient sleeps badly at night but falls asleep during the day. In the early evolution of this change, the patient can be readily awoken and responds by conversing fairly normally. As time goes by, sleeping periods may become longer until the patient is sleeping most of the time, and may even fall asleep while eating. At this stage, speech and motor functions in general are usually severely disturbed. Weight loss may occur because of inadequate nutrition unless the family makes strenuous efforts to help with feeding. Focal CNS signs may develop, but there is usually more diffuse evidence of CNS disease, especially relating to extrapyramidal and cerebellar functions: widespread tremors involving the limbs, tongue and head, spasticity (mainly of the lower limbs), ataxia and sometimes choreiform movements. Convulsions are relatively uncommon. Kérandel’s sign (delayed hyperaesthesia) may occur; following firm pressure on the tissues overlying a bone, there is a definite delay before the patient shows any sign of pain. In advanced cases, the tendon reflexes are often grossly exaggerated and the plantar responses may be extensor. Death usually occurs within a few months of CNS involvement becoming manifest, but may be delayed for up to a year.

Beeching, Nick; Gill, Geoff. Tropical Medicine (Lecture Notes) (Kindle Locations 6174-6180). Wiley. Kindle Edition. 

https://health.ucsd.edu/news/topics/suramin-autism/pages/default.aspx Suramin and autism