Famous Jamaican - Dr. Olga Graham
Dr. Olga Graham
Dr. Olga Graham nee Richards, formerly Lindo.
Schools: Immaculate Conception, Holy Childhood High (Holy Cross), University Of the West Indies, York University (8 earned university degrees-- Summa Cum Laude).
Worked at Radio Jamaica (RJR), Gagetown Gazette, York University.
Author of several academic papers and books.
Best known for research on autism published as: Autism: The Teratogen Fallout. ISBN 978-0-9689383-1-7 Amazon Books.
Member of Writers' Union of Canada; Inducted into Golden Key International Honour Society for academic achievements.
www.agentorangecanada.com-- http://autismfallout.com Amazon Books; Free Press 777 etc.
Dr. Graham's research has exposed the mystery of autism for those afflicted which are now one in 165 Canadians and one in 100 Americans (CDC), and an escalating ratio worldwide, including Jamaica.
Graham's research proves empirically that autism is not genetic but caused by environmental toxins such as dioxin, benzene, malathion, 2,4-D etc.
Her research confirms that people with autism are not retarded, and can be trained and educated using visual learning methodologies so that they may live fulfilled lives and participate and contribute to society.
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A patriotic Jamaican who adores his culture, Wellesley has been using this medium to share what he calls 'the uniqueness of Jamaica with the world' - since April 2007.
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