Are mitochondrial disorders a possible cause of autism?

04/23/2008 | ScientificAmerican.com

Mitochondrial disorder, the rare disease that allegedly was made worse when Hannah Poling received childhood vaccinations, is getting new scientific attention for its possible connection to autism. One study found two of three children with autism displayed a muscle weakness that may indicate similar mitochondrial disorders.

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