The Mother of All FDA Fails

The FDA has never required drug safety assessment for fetal germline impact, even though FDA staff understand that gestational exposures can adversely affect developing germ cells. We must end this catastrophic omission, while also granting all Americans access to their own prenatal medical records.

About us

Prenatal Exposures Never Die got its start when a mother of two idiopathically (cause unknown) autistic children by chance discovered her own prenatal medical records from 1965, revealing that she had been heavily exposed to a mix of synthetic steroid hormones intended at the time for the prevention of miscarriage.  This practice was not uncommon in the 1960s. Having a scientific background and knowing that the fake hormones are potent endocrine disruptors capable of disturbing the process of normal germline development, she suspected that her children's markedly abnormal neurodevelopment stemmed from unforeseen epigenetic perturbations of her eggs.

Several projects are now in the works to determine if part of today's autism epidemic can be traced back to the widespread use of synthetic hormone and other gestational drugs in the second half of the 20th century.

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Please contact us at autismhormoneproject@gmail.com.

This is a temporary website published to help inform the public of basic concepts while we develop a more thorough one containing greater detail and research references. Thank you for your patience.

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