Friday, 11 December 2009

Research shows difference of opinion between ordinary people and medical experts

Findings of a recent joint research by Egenis, a research centre at the University of Exeter, and the department of community based medicine at the University of Bristol, show that there is a real difference of opinion between ordinary people and medical experts.

Unlike (so called) experts who believe that the fast increase in number of kids diagonised as falling under ASD is "a result of changes in diagnostic practice", most people affected by autism believe that there is a real increase in the number of cases and that it is the result of effects of modern technologies and changing lifestyles.

The findings were published in the Journal Child: Care, Health and Development.

Read the report in Science Daily here.

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