PIX TV Gets First-Hand Look at ‘Love Hormone,’ Oxytocin

Dr. Steve, Medical Reporter, recently made a trip to meet with the key members of the International Center For Autism Research and Education

The PIX television network (formerly known as the WB) took an anticipated trip across the ‘Big Apple’ to meet up with the key members of the International Center for Autism Research and Education (ICare4Autism).

Dr. Steve Salvatore, the Medical Reporter for the WPIX 11 Morning News, interviewed ICare4Autism Advisory Board Chairman, Dr. Eric Hollander, on the details pertaining to the use of oxytocin in his current research on young adults with autism. This segment comes as a follow-up to the research in-depth articles that were released on Dr. Hollander’s work with oxytocin (Washington Post and The Epoch Times).

PIX filming took place at Hear Our Voices- School and Center for Children with Autism

Dr. Steve prepares to interview a family member of a child with autism

Upon airing, the PIX television segment will also feature a first-hand, up-close look at oxytocin. This is the first time oxytocin will be shown in its packaged form, for this type of research. Dr. Hollander answered many core questions during this interview.

Dr. Steve and PIX Producers also spoke with ICare4Autism Founder and President, Joshua Weinstein, Ph.D., M.B.A.. One could say that Dr. Weinstein is an entrepreneur of non-profit’s, as he has created four successful organizations. In the United States these organizations are the International Center for Autism Research and Education (ICare4Autism), Hear Our VoicesSchool and Center for Children with Autism and Benjamin House. The fourth non-profit creation of Dr. Weinstein is TishmaSchool and Center for Children with Autism, is located in Jerusalem, Israel.

Also, in attendance, at the television shoot, was ICare4Autism’s Chief of Staff, Ruth Amber Gristak. The segment is set to air on the popular morning show, approximately, within the next week.

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