Atypical development in the siblings of children with autism is detectable at 12 months
Atypical development can be detected as early as 12 months of age among the siblings of children with autism spectrum disorder, a study published by researchers with the UC Davis MIND Institute and UCLA has found.
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Since: Jan 07
#1 Mar 6, 2014
A study not funded by any pharma, showing signs of autism prior to the age of the MMR for starters, but also those infants with siblings have a higher chance of also having autism and it can be detected far earlier than what doctors are diagnosing. More interesting is the 17 percent who actually developed autism, and the 28 percent just showing delays in other areas of development or behavior. This study also shows how easily over diagnosing happens at a later age.
#2 Mar 6, 2014
UC DAVIS obviously under Big Pharma's control.
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