VOLUME 4 NUMBER 10, 2007/2008
Contents: Volume 4, Number 10
RESEARCH - We take a look behind the stories
Antibodies in mothers of autistic children 'bind to foetal brain
Brain overgrowth 'may cause autism in adulthood'
Strongest push yet to have all children screened for autism
Parents of autistic children 'twice as likely to have had psychiatric
Human-frog hybrids 'could reveal neurological secrets of autism'
Children as young as 14 months 'can be reliably diagnosed with autism'
'Most autistic teenagers and adults see improvement over time'
FRAGILE X SPECIAL
Scientists make breakthrough
Mary DeBernardis on 'our ray of sunshine'
AUTISM IN AFRICA
Kenyan families still face huge problems
Meet Tony DeBlois: he's blind, autistic and plays twenty instruments
Paul Morris and his 'quad-mates'
AUTISM AND SPORT
Top golfer Ernie Els talks about his autistic son, Ben
Thais try 'elephant therapy' for autism
Florida father takes autistic son to Costa Rica for stem cell
ASPERGER'S SYNDROME SPECIAL
Heather Kuzmich on her experiences on America's Next Top Model
How hero Jonathan saved the day as mother blacks out at the wheel of
Adam Feinstein reviews six of the latest books on autism
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