J.B. Handley: Author, How to End the Autism Epidemic


October 2, 2018

J.B. Handley is the co-founder and chairman of Generation Rescue, a non-profit organization focused on helping children recover from autism that was inspired by the journey of his son, Jamison, who was diagnosed with autism in 2004. He is also the co-producer of the documentary film Autism Yesterday and the co-founder of the Age of Autism blog. Handley co-founded Swander Pace Capital, a middle-market private equity firm with more than $1.5 billion under management where he served as managing director for two decades. He is an honors graduate of Stanford University and lives in Portland, Oregon, with his wife, Lisa, and their three children.

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One comment on “J.B. Handley: Author, How to End the Autism Epidemic

  1. Thanks JB Handley for this podcast. I stopped vaccinating my children in 2010 after I realized (basically everything you’ve mentioned in this podcast). I began researching vaccinations after I found out the experimental squalene laced Amthrax shots I was given in the military were most likely the cause of my own issues. My son is 9 years old now and dyslexic and also on a very strict diet (gluten free+). Of course I can’t prove he was vaccine injured (just the way the gov likes it) but I’m pretty confident. I wish I had know about the dangers of vaccines when he was born but I hadn’t figured it out yet. For years I’ve been spreading the word to all who will listen. Thanks again for spreading the truth.

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