Families hail new autism insurance law while critics fear costs

03/25/2008 | ABC News

A new Arizona law requires insurance companies to cover applied behavioral analysis therapy, which may successfully treat autism, but at costs of up to $100,000 annually. Families say the intensive therapy when children are young may reduce the future severity of autism and costs to society, but health insurance and business leaders fear it will increase premiums for all.

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