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Upstate Medical researchers work on prototype saliva test to diagnose autism

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SYRACUSE — Could a small saliva sample aid in the early diagnosis of autism? Researchers at Upstate Medical University say they believe they are getting close to making this happen. Autism is a developmental disability that affects one in 68 children, often affecting their ability to learn, communicate, and interact with others. No known cure […]

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SYRACUSE — Could a small saliva sample aid in the early diagnosis of autism? Researchers at Upstate Medical University say they believe they are getting close to making this happen. Autism is a developmental disability that affects one in 68 children, often affecting their ability to learn, communicate, and interact with others. No known cure […]

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