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Scientists Link 'Sets' of Genetic Abnormalities to Autism Risk

Posted by on Mar. 2, 2011 at 1:00 PM
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shell3m
by on Mar. 3, 2011 at 12:47 AM

I truly think this was one of the best posts that this group ever had.  I loved reading it, it seems like they are finally finding things to be able to move forward with to help children of Autism where it's genetic.  For all those with children who got Autism this way, I'm just so excited for them!  steps in the right direction no matter how slow they are, are always good news.  Even though my son got Autism in a different way I believe we are ALL in the same boat and I will truly be happy for those who can "cure" it when they find the genetic issue and fix it.   :)   keeping my fingers crossed!  :)  Great post mallowcup17, truly.    :)

you rock

mallowcup17
by on Mar. 3, 2011 at 12:52 AM

thanks :)

this is the stuff that i am most interested in. i am a firm believer in research in everything(having a journalism and sociology degrees will do that) and that that is truly the only way to get moving forward is to find the root cause...i hope to find more articles like this. 

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