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  • adj. Opposed to a cure, especially where the condition being cured may be regarded as an acceptable alternative state of being.


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  • Fired Up Missouri documents the foibles of "the anti-cure crowd."


  • From there he notes: After all, every American who has a relative with one of these diseases — which means nearly every American — is beginning to understand the issue in a new way: it's "pro-cure" versus "anti-cure," with the anti-stem-cell folks in danger of being swept into the medical wastebin of history.


  • I even joined the "anti-cure movement" so to speak.

    Wrong Planet Asperger / Autism Forums

  • Post subject: Another point of view that anti-cure "Aspies" must

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  • Post subject: A question for anti-cure folks: if a loved one was cured

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  • Now there seems to be some members on here that are militantly anti-cure and use terms like "curebie".

    Wrong Planet Asperger / Autism Forums

  • For examples of recovery, and informed balanced discussion of autism recovery, parents and the public would do well to skip past the anti-cure, ND pages of Change. org and visit the CARD blog site.

    Progressive Bloggers

  • In fact, truth be told, I do kind of view it as an honor to be blocked from your site since you do nothing to help autistic children by promotion of an anti-treatment, anti-cure, pretend the severely autistic do not exist ideology.

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  • Kevin Leitch is so tied to this anti-cure ideology that he is willing to shred whatever remains of his credibility and accuse Bob Wright of being opposed to autistic adults.

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  • Post subject: Questions for pro-neurodiversity anti-cure people

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