CU study could change the way autism is researched in the future

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DENVER -- The origins of autism are still a mystery.

But a new study released this week by the University of Colorado could change the way autism is researched in the future.

Dan Daru talked with the lead author of the study and how the researcher's son motivated him to pursue studying autism.


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  • Ann Pirie

    I would like to see a lot of energy and effort put into learning as much as possible about Autism. I think we have a lot of geniuses running around and we don’t know how to tap them.

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