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One of the most agonizing questions that parents of children with autism ask is—why?
According to a report posted to WSJ.com, a growing number of genetic tests are providing some answers.
Scientists say that roughly 20% of autism cases can be linked to known genetic abnormalities, and many more may be discovered, the report says.
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