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Diagnosing Autism--Researchers do it at 14 months

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    Autism is routinely diagnosed at 3 years of age. But much could be done to help children if it could be found earlier. Researchers at the Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore say they can now do it at the age of 14 months. It's far from perfect, but with this technique, many more children can be diagnosed early and begin treatment. And they're starting to teach it to pediatricians. Hosted By Paul Raeburn.

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    Autism is routinely diagnosed at 3 years of age. But much could be done to help children if it could be found earlier. Researchers at the Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore say they can now do it at the age of 14 months. It's far from perfect, but with this technique, many more children can be diagnosed early and begin treatment. And they're starting to teach it to pediatricians. Hosted By Paul Raeburn.

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