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I was in Penn State yesterday attending the National Autism Conference sponsored by the Pennsylvania Department of Education. I’m going to share with you today a few thoughts from the discussions. Janet Twyman, PhD, professor of pediatrics at the University … Continue reading
The International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR) was held this month in Toronto. This meeting attracts nearly 2,000 participants and presents research from basic science to potential new treatments. Since few of us have the opportunity to attend these innovative … Continue reading
In early April, we discussed the planned revision of the medical definition of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in DSM V. The proposed definition of Autism, which would eliminate Asperger Syndrome and “pervasive developmental disorder,” was criticized when researchers at Yale … Continue reading