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Cleveland Clinic Developing Autism Test

 
Posted Friday, April 25th 2014 @ 9am

(Cleveland)- Cleveland Clinic researchers are hoping to one day be able to test children for autism.

They're developing a urine test that would help detect the disorder by finding an absence of certain chemicals.

Autism experts at the Clinic say early detection is important to providing children with the intensive therapy they need.

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