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Back by popular demand: The “Got Questions?” feature of the Autism Speaks Science blog. Today’s answer comes from… 

Roberto Tuchman, MD, director of the autism program at Miami Children’s Hospital, and a member of the Autism Speaks scientific advisory committee; and


Post and photos by Michael Rosanoff, MPH, associate director public health research & scientific review
 

We, as a group of leaders, policy makers, health actors and advocates, civil society representatives, family and service user representatives, and other stakeholders from South Asia and South East Asia, convened in Dhaka, Bangladesh to attend a Conference titled- “Autism Spectrum Disorders and Developmental Disabilities in Bangladesh and South Asia” on 25-26 July 2011,

Inspired by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and other relevant international human rights instruments,

August 01, 2011

August 1, 2011

By Andy Shih, Ph.D., vice president scientific affairs, Dana Marnane, vice president of awareness and events and Michael Rosanoff, associate director, public health research and scientific review