He admitted that this theory has not been validated, but I like it anyway.
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In the meantime, progress is being made on several fronts, Dr. Rubin said. We are learning about genetics. We are learning about neurobiology. We are learning about clinical features. We are learning about the need for early identification and early intervention. We are learning about educational and behavioral approaches. We are learning about social awareness and acceptance.
Part 2 of this article will discuss features of autism spectrum disorders and what otolaryngologists can do to help children with these disorders.
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