Dr. Mary N. Megson, M.D., F.A.A.P.
Fellow, American Academy of Pediatrics
Doctor of medicine degree from the University of Virginia; internship and residency at Boston Floating Hospital, Tufts New England Medical Center; fellowship in ambulatory pediatrics at Boston Children’s Hospital; fellowship in child development at the Medical College of Virginia, Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics; director of Developmental Pediatrics at Children’s Hospital in Richmond for nine years. Current private practice is devoted to diagnosing and treating developmentally delayed children specializing in autism. Research area is use of vitamin A and Bethanecol in treatment of autistic spectrum disorders. Conducted a clinical trial to investigate her hypothesis that G-alpha protein defect is a high risk factor for developing autism after vaccination.
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