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AUTAuckland University of Technology
AUTAustria
AUTAutumn
AUTAuthentication
AUTAssociation of University Teachers
AUTAutism
AUTAutomotive Technology
AUTAutomorphism (mathematics)
AUTAutoroute (Canada Post road designation)
AUTAmirkabir University of Technology (Tehran, Iran)
AUTApplication Under Test
AUTAutorisation d'Usage à des Fins Thérapeutiques (French: Authorization of Use for Therapeutic Purposes; World Anti-Doping Agency)
AUTAntenna Under Test
AUTAction Unreal Tournament
AUTAssociation des Usagers des Transports (French: Transport Users Association)
AUTAuthorised Unit Trust (UK)
AUTAdvanced Unit Training
AUTAbrams Upgrade Tank
AUTAuxiliary Aircraft Landing Training Ship
AUTAutomated Ultrasonic Test
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Misconceptions such as that autism only affects children or that autistic people are geniuses can be damaging for those living with the condition, making it more difficult to have it recognised and to get the support they need.
AGRE's dedication to collaboration and data sharing has accelerated the pace of autism research significantly over the last decade," said Autism Speaks Vice President of Clinical Programs Clara Lajonchere, Ph.
The UN continues to support World Autism Awareness Day and held an awareness event on April 3 jointly sponsored by the Permanent Mission of Bangladesh, the United States Mission to the UN, the Permanent Mission of the State of Qatar, and Autism Speaks.
Autism is a developmental disability that remains with a person for his or her whole life.
Those diagnosed as being on the autism scale has increased 78% in the last decade, alone
Published online June 9 in Nature, the new study shows that some people with autism may be missing some or all of one or more genes involved in the development and function of the brain.
But Autism Speaks work is far from done as more children will be diagnosed with autism than pediatric AIDS, cancer, and diabetes combined.
The following information is provided by Autism Speaks:
He has joined UK autism charities, including the National Autistic Society, in standing up for local people affected by the condition.
However, numerous articles have reported genetic links to autism.
The study, published in the Archives of General Psychiatry, looked at the link between autism and thimerosal, a mercury-containing vaccine preservative that has been suggested as a cause of autism.