On July 7, 2016, The Irish Examiner wrote this article " Parents urged to be cautious as Bulgarian clinic offers autism ‘cure’, Link about A Clinic in Bulgaria offering dangerous autism treatments to an Irish couple to cure their children of autism.
The incident they were referring to was a legitimate investigative procedure, by Dr Krigsman, a well respected New York pediatrician and board certified pediatric gastroenterologist , at Tokuda Hospital, in Sofia, Bulgaria. Tokuda Hospital is a first class hospital, winning "building of the year" in 2006.
The procedure was carried out on a child (not children), Adam, who had serious bowel issues. It was discovered, through the investigative procedure, that Adam had bowel disease.
Mary Godley, mother of Adam, is suitably outraged by the article in the newspaper, and sets the record straight, in her blog, Link and radio interview with Sean Maguire Link, explaining that the procedure used was legitimate, from a highly qualified surgeon.
So far , The Irish Examiner, has made no apology, or effort to refute claims that Mary has made, that their article is inaccurate and defamatory.
Mary Godley: "I won't be silenced any Longer"