Upi.com: Study: Oxytocin improves social behavior in some autism cases

July 14 (UPI) — Research from Stanford University School of Medicine found autistic children treated with oxytocin showed improved social behavior.

The study, published July 10 in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, found children with autism spectrum disorder with low oxytocin levels benefit from treatment with oxytocin.

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