Autism Genetic Research: Has A Big Missing Puzzle Been Found?


By Scott Atkinson

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June 6, 2013 at 1:00 PM until 2:00 PM

Location: The McEwen Library, Pine Plains Activity Center, Conway Road, Bldg. P-4300, Fort Drum

Phone: 315-773-5405



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Recent Autism/Genetic research has shown a direct relationship between a common genetic mutation and the development of autism. This same genetic mutation has shown in studies to be found in a very high percentage of children with autism as compared with children without autism. Some researchers have said it is found in 98% of children with autism. Is this the big missing puzzle piece? Can this mutation be treated? Join us to learn more about the lasted information on Autism and Genetic mutation! Open to the public. Please have your driver’s license, car registration and insurance for entrance to Fort Drum.
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