Autism from the Neurologists Perspective - Dr. Suzanne Goh

On May 24, 2014, 3:26 pm

For a long time, very little was known about the brain in autism. Within the past several years, research has shed new light on the neurobiology of autism. These findings have led to new treatments - neurological, biomedical, and behavioral - that have great promise. From medical treatments for mitochondrial dysfunction to behavioral techniques for handling negative behaviors - new insights into brain function can make successful treatment a reality.

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