McMaster Researchers Say Routine Screening For Autism Not Needed

Saturday, Jul. 30th 2011 6:40 AM

Proposals recommending routine screening of all children for autism gets a thumbs down from researchers at McMaster University. In a study in the online edition of the journal Pediatrics, the researchers say there is “not enough sound evidence to support the implementation of a routine population-based screening program for autism.

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