Study: High prenatal testosterone levels linked to autism

01/13/2009 | Guardian (London), The

Pregnant women may someday be able to test their fetus for autism, thanks to a British study that found that women with high uterine testosterone levels are more likely to have children with autism-like traits such as a lack of social and verbal skills. Researchers will now expand the study to examine thousands of Danish samples of frozen amniotic fluid collected since 1990.

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