This study from the Infant Brain Imaging network, a nationally funded research network with four primary sites, including the Center for Autism Research at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, suggests that autism does not appear suddenly in young children, but instead develops over time during infancy. The finding is important because it brings scientists one step closer to developing a biomarker to assist with very early diagnoses for autism spectrum disorders.
New Autism Research Reveals Brain Differences at 6 Months in Infants Who Develop Autism
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