14 children, 18 months, 1 goal:  RECOVERY

The Documenting Hope Project is a documentary brought to you by Epidemic Answers.  In this film, we will be documenting the potential recovery of 14 children from autism, ADHD, asthma, atopic dermatitis, juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, mood disorders and type 2 diabetes as they work with integrative health practitioners for 18 months.

These children will be receiving free medical services, healthy food and supplements during the duration of the project.

Announcing the Canary Kids Project WebsiteThe Documenting Hope Project was born of one simple gutsy observation:

In spite of what most parents are told, many of these children can get better.

We have the tools. And by demonstrating how they get better and how to protect their health we have the opportunity to create a better, safer, healthier and more sustainable future . . . for all of us.

Our “big idea” is to create a successful, grassroots, crowd-sourced model for improved health outcomes for children affected by chronic illness that can also serve as a model for healthy sustainable living.  We are aggregating and documenting solutions that are ready for replication across the globe.

Dr. Russell Jaffe, developer of the ELISA/ACT test, and Dr. Martha Herbert, Harvard pediatric neurologist and author of “The Autism Revolution”, are heading up the film’s medical advisory board.

We are extremely excited about this film and are also excited to announce that we have officially launched the website for the film project.

We are currently raising funds for the project; if you’d like to help us get this film made, click here.

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