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News & Notes
Starting Thursday, the first blood test for autism — developed by a Madison company — will be available to the public. But parents and physicians can’t access it in Madison just yet.
Autism can usually be noticed within the first three years of our lives and is recognized as a highly complex disability that affects development of our social, verbal and cognitive abilities.
Kids with autism often struggle with behavior issues, but researchers say a simple new questionnaire may be able to determine if an underlying medical condition is actually the cause.