hello everybody. I'm having a discussion in the yasko forum about the insufficiency of simple anecdotal stories as prooves of the protocol effectiveness. During the conversation one mother (or at least she says she s a mother of 1 autistic son) responded to me that she felt uncomfortable to share things like official MD diagnosis and videos but that she publicly pubblished photos of her son with their story into Yasko's web site. Then i obviously asked her why she was reluctant to show a video if she had already made her son's face, name and story public on that website. Well my comment has been almost immediately removed by the moderator, claiming that it was "derogatory". Is asking explanations to such a sensible issue "derogatory"?? Shouldn't i, ( i'm trying the yasko protocol) supposed to ask for decent evidences that the protocol really is that effective as THEY ,and not me, claim?? That looked to me more like censorship than the licit work of a moderator. Considering that that forum is actually CLOSED to everybody who's not registered there, i began to fear i would have been probably banned and any trace of my 'uncomfortable' voice deleted from the web. I then thought to pubblish here the conversation, to preserve it, and to bring into pubblic attention this issue, that i think is very important, considering that many people here are putting their hopes and finances on semplified versions of Yasko's protocol. i'll wait for a moderator's authorisation before i post it. Meanwhile i d like to know if anybody is interested in such a topic. I messaged privately with that user. She claimed obviously that is not to them to produce any evidence for their claims. Well then who is up to??? She suggested to me to ask directly to the yasko office. Well i'll write a mail to the yasko's office right tomorrow, but i fear that their response will be negative. I 'll post their response. Somebody has some ideas to suggest to me on what words to use in the mail??