“In 1982, scientist Alberto Rotundo and his team studied 23 patients who had developed renal failure in their first year of life. The study, Progressive encephalopathy in children with chronic renal insufficiency in infancy, outlined that, after reading the hospital records and medical reports of children suffering renal failure under the age of one year, the scientists discovered that 20 of the children who had been analyzed as part of the study had gone on to develop profound neurological abnormalities, defined as encephalopathy or disorders of the brain. Their symptoms were characterized by developmental delay, microcephaly (small head), hypotonia (floppy baby syndrome), seizures, dyskinesia (abnormal muscle movements) and abnormal EEGs. [1]”

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