Autism may stem from miswired brain connections

01/12/2010 | HealthDay News

Pediatric researchers said more evidence suggests that a miswiring of connections in a child's developing brain, leading to impaired information flow, causes autism. The team at Children's Hospital Boston said it may be possible to develop drugs to target molecular pathways that cause the faulty wiring.

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