Exploring how brains grow could help explain autism

Approximately 24.8 million people worldwide are diagnosed with some form of autism, according to a 2015 report, exhibiting social disconnection, communication issues, and repetitive behaviors due to brain connections going kaput sometime during the organ’s development. We began learning in the 1970s that differences in brain development and genetics were primarily responsible

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