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New Survey Measures Autism Increase Against Top Environmental Factors

Posted by Claire Dwoskin on Oct 26, 2015 | in Uncategorized

How do the increased incidences of autism in America track with exposure levels to suspected environmental toxins?

The question yielded surprising answers in a study recently published by respected open access publisher, BioMed Central, entitled "A Comparison of Temporal Trends in United States Autism Prevalence to Trends in Suspected Environmental Factors." The conclusion of the study, conducted by Cynthia D. Nevison, an atmospheric and environmental research scientist at the University of Colorado, Boulder, is that, while most of the suspected environmental toxins examined have flat or decreaing temporal trends that correlated poorly to the rise in autism, cumulative aluminum adjuvants and cumulative total immunizations are among the few factors that reveal the opposite.

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