A 2005 paper suggested leuprorelin as a possible treatment for autism ,  the hypothetical method of action being the now defunct hypothesis that autism is caused by mercury , with the additional unfounded assumption that mercury binds irreversibly to testosterone and therefore leuprorelin can help cure autism by lowering the testosterone levels and thereby mercury levels.  However there is no scientifically valid or reliable research to show its effectiveness in treating autism.  This use has been termed the "Lupron protocol"  and Mark Geier , the proponent of the hypothesis, has frequently been barred from testifying in vaccine-autism related cases on the grounds of not being sufficiently expert in that particular issue    and has had his medical license revoked.  Medical experts have referred to Geier's claims as "junk science". 
Most modern maladies are caused by prolonged exposure to a combination of negative lifestyles and toxic environmental factors, including junk food and malnutrition, pesticides, antibiotics, microwaves, chemical pollution of food, water and air, lack of exercise and chronic stress. These factors are further aggravated by the failure of modern medicine to recognize them as agents of dis-"ease" and death and the consequent failure to take preventative measures against them. The same chemical companies that produce toxic chemicals also produce prescription drugs, veterinary medicines, a wide array of medical products. Families with toxin induced illnesses often spend large sums for drugs and medical treatment. This circle of profit is not conspiracy theory, but an easily provable fact. What you don't know can hurt you."
Many cities and ball clubs are now openly expressing support for LGBT inclusion by having their own Pride Nights. The St. Louis Cardinals, for example, will hold their first-ever Pride Night on Friday, Aug. 25, and although the group Pride St. Louis has held unofficial events at Cardinals games in past years, a pro team has a marketing power and reach that’s practically unrivaled. While Pride St. Louis told me that they typically brought 100-200 fans on their own Pride Nights, the Cardinals said that they have sold nearly 2,400 tickets through the promotion for Friday’s game.