Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Many Faces of Autism

United Press International's PedMed is publishing a series of articles on autism, utilizing many different resources. The first installment looks at the many different types of autism.
"Although all show some degree of difficulty in socializing, communicating and imagining, like snowflakes, no two cases of autism are exactly alike, researchers say.
Their newfound recognition of the condition's diverse complexity and multi-faceted nature carries over to the research field, where the seekers of causes and cures are starting to look for ways to subdivide the disorder and crack its armor of secrecy piece by piece. "

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