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About Autism / Spectrum Disorders: Autism and Mitochondrial Disease
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Lisa Jo Rudy – About.com Autism / Spectrum Disorders Guide autism.guide@about.com
Thu, Mar 20, 2008, 6:48 AM
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Last week, parents learned that mitochondrial disease, a rare disorder, combined with vaccines, could be one cause of autism. Mitochondrial disease is often symptom-free — until it becomes a serious problem. Research is still sketchy on this issue, but there are studies that look into the relationship between mitochondrial disease and autism. Read on to find out more!

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Mitochondrial Disease and Autism
Mitochondrial disease is a rare illness which may be related to autism. What is mitochondrial disease? Does it make sense to have your child tested?

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Vaccines, Mitochondrial Disease and Autism


Mitochondrial disease may be associated with some cases of autism. Do vaccines play a role?

What Is Mitochondrial Disease?
This article by the About.com Guide to Rare Diseases describes the disorder.


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