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Features / Special Reports / 2017: Year in review

Inside Scoop From the Autism Anchors: Year in review

22 December 2017

Our autism anchors, Raphael Bernier and James Mancini, nominate candidates for the hottest topic in autism research in 2017. Runners-up include biological markers in the brain, adults with autism, genetics and its counterpart — the environment. In the end, Mancini and Bernier cede to their guest, Lindsey Miller, nurse practitioner at Seattle Children’s Hospital, who makes a case for a fifth idea. Watch the episode to find out what it is.

From science to the community and back again, you can count on getting the inside scoop in digestible quantities with a smile from the autism anchors.


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