Brown researchers find delays in diagnoses for girls with autism

PROVIDENCE – A recently published study by Brown University has found that girls with autism tend to receive a diagnosis about a year and a half after most boys with the condition. Researchers also found that autism is more likely to affect boys than girls, and that people with autism often have accompanying psychiatric or…

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