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CDC Child Care Provider Outreach Week

As part of CDC's “Learn the Signs. Act Early.” campaign, the week of Nov. 13-17 has been designated as Child Care Provider Outreach Week. During this week, Cure Autism Now and CDC are encouraging volunteer... More...

Cure Autism Now Receives Grant from Fougera Cares

Fougera Cares, the philanthropic program of Fougera, a division of ALTANA, Inc., named Cure Autism Now as the 2006 recipient of its annual major grant during a ceremony at the National Association of Chain Drug ... More...

Cure Autism Now Lecture Series Continues This Winter

Don't miss your last few chances to catch the Cure Autism Now Lecture Series this year. Events are scheduled in the San Francisco Bay Area, Philadelphia, Los Angeles and Boston. In the Bay Area, Dr. Hertz-Picc... More...

CAN Joins Efforts to Find Cures Faster Through Participation in Nonprofit Think Tanks

FasterCures, a nonprofit "action tank" seeking ways to accelerate the search for cures for disease, recently released the report "Investing in Innovation:

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CAN Comedy Night in New York City

Join Cure Autism Now and Spectrum Magazine in New York City for CAN Comedy Night on Sunday, Nov. 12. Comedian Bill Burr, featured on the Chappelle Show and HBO's One Night Stand, will headline an evening of laughter a... More...

Cure Autism Now Celebrates the Senate Approval of the Combating Autism Act

Autism Community Urges House to Pass First-Ever Autism-Specific Legislation

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Cure Autism Now and Autism Treatment Network to Merge Operations

Leading Private Funder of Autism Research and Innovative Clinical Organization Join Together to Advance Standard of Care for Autism

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Autism Speaks and Cure Autism Now Complete Merger

Combined Operations of Leading Autism Organizations Will Lead to Enhanced Research, Treatment and Advocacy Programs

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Cure Autism Now and Autism Speaks Applaud Approval of the Combating Autism Act by United States House of Representatives

Landmark Legislation Authorizing Nearly $1 Billion in Autism Funding Now Moves Back to the Senate for Prompt Action

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