What is Spark for Autism? Spark for Autism is a large DNA collection from autistic adults and children. My family and I almost contributed until we did more research. They are collecting DNA to try to find a prenatal test to help people practice eugenics. They put up a front that they want to help autistic people. How does collecting DNA do that? It does not.
This sounds awfully familiar. doesn’t it? Almost like Aut10k or Mssng Project. And this was the continuation from T4 Program from WWII. They just do not gas anyone to death. There is no dealth, they just want to prevent us from being born.
According to SPARK:
SPARK is a research partnership that hopes to be the largest of its kind, and we’re so excited for SPARK to help shape the future of autism research. With everyone’s help, we will be able to obtain answers more quickly to the questions we all have about autism.”
But what exactly do they do with our DNA? They do not tell us. When autistic people ask, they answer with “to help autistic people.” How does collecting our DNA help us? Reminds me of the X-Men Mutant Registration. Just listen to what we have been saying. Its not difficult.
“The more people who enroll in SPARK, the more genes and genetic changes related to autism we are likely to discover. When we compare the DNA of thousands of people, we can find differences between individuals. Sometimes these differences are related to autism, and other times they are not. SPARK aims to enroll 50,000 families affected by autism in order to move autism research forward more quickly.”
Partners in Research
They are partnered with many organizations. They are: Texas Children’s Hospital, Boston Children’s Hospital, New York-Presbyterian Center for Autism and the Developing Brain, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Children’s Specialized Hospital, Cincinnati Children’s, Emory University and Marcus Autism Center (think Bernie Marcus from Home Depot who gave $25 million to start Autism Speaks), Geisinger Autism & Developmental Medicine Institute, Kennedy Kreiger Institute, Maine Behavioral Healthcare, Medical University of South Carolina, Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Oregon Heath & Science Institute, Rose F. Kennedy Children’s Evaluation & Rehabilitation Center, Rush University Medical Center, Sanford University, University of California at Davis, University of California at Los Angeles, University of California at San Diego, Southwest Autism Research and Resource Center, University of Colorado, University of Iowa, University of Miami, University of Michigan, University of Minnesota at Twin Cities, University of Mississipi, Thompson Center, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, University of Utah, University of Washington, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, and Yale University.