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Study Suggests Primary Care Physicians Play a Greater Role in Autism Diagnosis

Primary care physicians should play a greater role in the diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder, according to a recent research study. A group of health care professionals based out of Baylor College of Medicine and the University of Colorado College of Medicine published a study in Pediatrics called “Screening and Referral Practice for Autism...
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The Research Behind Clarifi ASD

The Research Behind Clarifi ASD The Clarifi autism saliva test is based on years of peer-reviewed research.  Quadrant Biosciences, the company behind the Clarifi autism saliva test, partnered with SUNY Upstate Medical University and Penn State Medical to develop this groundbreaking autism test. 
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New Epigenetic Test for Autism- What Are Parents Thinking?

New Epigenetic Test for Autism- What Are Parents Thinking? If you know someone who has been through the autism diagnosis process, or if you have been through it yourself, you know it can be a long journey of searching for answers. From the point of first noticing early signs of autism to the actual diagnosis, the process can take years. While...
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Early Intervention Makes A Difference

Early Intervention Makes A Difference Autism prevalence in the United States has been rising steadily over the years as awareness and understanding of the developmental disorder becomes better known. As of now, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that 1 in 54 children are diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. Other...
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Can Identifying Autism Earlier Cost Less in the Long-Term?

Can Identifying Autism Earlier Cost Less in the Long-Term? Currently 1 in 59 children in the United States are diagnosed with ASD (autism spectrum disorder). This condition is a neurodevelopmental disorder that is characterized by difficulties in behavior, social interaction, communication, and sensory sensitivities. Now, current research...
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