The bulk of risk factors underlying autism may be based less on rare gene mutation than on common genetic variation, a new joint international study finds.
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#21 Jul 23, 2014
There he goes with the Genome Project again. How many times do we have to go through that?? It's your own wishful thinking and faulty interpretation of any study that points away from vaccines. The genome Project was a bad day for anti vaxxers, and here's another bad day. This study is even larger than the Genome Project.
#22 Jul 24, 2014
friend is so poorly informed its scary. Comprehension-ZERO Believes any crap with the word science hanging out its butt
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