Is Utah’s high autism rate even higher under new estimate?
Public health » CDC survey should be seen as confirming prior Utah estimate of 1 in 47, rather than indicating it should be even higher, researcher says.
Staff and Wire reports
First Published Mar 20 2013 09:53 am • Last Updated Mar 22 2013 04:52 pm
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