Alone no longer: How a teen with autism found his place in the crowd
Nick Eveland, 19, sits in the Glacier Peak High School cafeteria on yearbook day, May 31. Before his junior year at Glacier Peak, sitting in a crowded room would have been extremely difficult for Nick, who has autism.
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#1 Jul 21, 2013
Too bad vaccines caused his autism and altered his life this way.
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