Why the focus of autism research is shifting away from searching for a ‘cure’

More attention is on identifying autism in children as early as possible and support for the health and well-being of autistic adults.

 

When Lizzie Acevedo’s fraternal twin sons, now 15, were newly diagnosed with autism, she was hopeful about diets and vitamin injections that were being touted as miracle treatments or even cures.

Source: Why the focus of autism research is shifting away from searching for a ‘cure’


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