The proof is in the numbers…or is it. While written to the Canadian people, he raises many points about the limitations of the study here in the states and worldwide.
Well, well, well. Just in time for World Autism Awareness Day, there is a very highly publicized new stat about autism. This number will be used and referred to many times on April 2, 2014. It will be etched in stone and be forever called the “autism rate” or “rate of autism.”
The media coverage of the new prevalence numbers from the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has been nothing short of disappointing and shallow.
Then again, none of us should be reading about science or medicine via press release and that is what most media coverage of science and medicine is.
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