New autism definition may reduce diagnoses by a third, study finds
The change in the definition of autism - a condition for which New Jersey has the second-highest rate in the nation - could mean nearly a third of children would no longer be considered autistic, according to a Columbia University study.
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#1 Feb 27, 2014
thatsthe only way psychiatry can help autism...play with definitions and this epidemic nightmare caused by vaccines
#2 Feb 28, 2014
It will allow them to say numbers went down or never were high. Its more coverup for vaccine caused autism.
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