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Media Coverage

Below, please find links to media coverage on published research in each respective year/topic.
A study published in Biological Psychiatry analyzed placentas from 217 births, founding that in families at high genetic risk for having an autistic child, placentas were significantly more likely to have abnormal folds and creases.
Microscopic examination of placental tissue may provide a route to assessing risk and understanding underlying biology of autism.