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California Bill to Limit Mercury in Shots Approved

Reprinted from the Schafer ReportGov. Arnold Schwarzenegger on Tuesday signed a bill to sharply restrict the mercury content in vaccines for pregnant women and babies, handing a victory to par... More...

California Autism Diagnoses Double in Last Four Years

From the Los Angeles Times, May 13, 2003:

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California Institute for Regenerative Medicine Presents Spotlight on Autism

The California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM) presents Spotlight on Autism, Thursday April 6th at USC. Cure Autism Now is sponsoring the event along with Autism

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Annual Baby Siblings Research Consortium Meeting Examines Autistic Regression and Methods for Earlier Diagnoses

Infants who have an older sibling with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) are at higher risk for the condition than the general population. About 1 in 20 infant siblings will develop an ASD diagnosis. By following these at-risk infants, the Baby Sibli... More...

Studies on Prenatal Development, Immune System in Autism Included in Special Issue of

The current issue of Biological Psychiatry contains seven autism-related articles, along with a commentary by Autism Speaks Scientific Advisory Committee member Daniel Geschwind, M.D., Ph.D.

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Cure Autism Now Scientific Advisory Board Meetings Held in Santa Monica, California

Last weekend scientific leaders joined with Cure Autism Now supporters for the annual meeting of Cure Autism Now's Scientific Advisory Board. Armed with determination and a "can-do" attitude, the advis... More...

Autism Treatment Network Featured in Newsweek

Newsweek reports in the February 28, 2005 edition that many families are searching for alternative treatments to deal with the medley of symptoms associated with autism. The issue of treatment has broug... More...

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