A new finding derived from a research conducted by the University of California, San Francisco, states that couples whose first child has autism are less likely to plan a next child.
This study was led by Neil Risch of the University of California, San Francisco. For this, he analyzed and studied the public health records of 19,710 families who had an autistic child born between 1990 and 2003. Also, a study of the records of 36,215 other families without an autistic child was do...
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