Keranews.org: New Autism Therapy Shown To Restore Social Behavior Through Brain Stimulation

Autism affects about one in 68 children, and the condition poses social challenges, including difficulty processing social interactions, such as facial expressions and physical gestures.

New research out of UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas shows those social behaviors could be restored through a process called “neuromodulation,” or brain stimulation.

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