Mental Activity May Affect Autism-Lin...

Mental Activity May Affect Autism-Linked Genes

There are 2 comments on the PakTribune story from Jul 13, 2010, titled Mental Activity May Affect Autism-Linked Genes. In it, PakTribune reports that:

ISLAMABAD: New research suggests that some cases of autism arise from defects in genes that can be turned on or off by mental activity, a finding that sheds light on the devastating condition and might eventually lead to strategies to treat it.

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Montréal-nord, Canada

#1 Jul 14, 2010
Wat about those damned vaccines. Can they be turned down?
Vaccines Maim

Winnipeg, Canada

#2 Dec 9, 2011
Good luck finding the story. I think you'd have to wonder about information from the Pak Tribune in Islamabad.

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