Early identification, therapy may help researchers prevent autism

05/22/2008 | Seattle Times, The

University of Washington researchers are hoping to prevent full-blown autism by treating infants who display early signs of the disorder with intensive behavioral therapy. "If you are at risk for diabetes, you look for signs," said researcher Annette Estes. Autism "risk factors are present at birth. What we are doing is heightening the parents' awareness."

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