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Autism Now: How Can We Cope With Autism as 'National...

  • Aired: 04/25/2011
  • 13:35
  • Rating: E
Governments and public health officials face mounting policy issues in dealing with autism's challenges. In the concluding report in his Autism Now series, Robert MacNeil addresses these issues in a roundtable forum with four autism researchers and advocates.
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Part six of the Autism Now series.
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