By MICHELLE DIAMENT
January 8, 2015
As federal officials launch a new round of autism surveillance, they’re looking at more than prevalence alone, with plans www.cialispharmaciefr24.com/cialis-50-ml/ to track diagnostic changes, younger kids and other disabilities.
Researchers at 10 sites across the country will comb data from 2014 to determine up-to-date autism rates in their communities, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced this month.
The effort is the latest in the agency’s routine monitoring. Every two years, the CDC works with researchers at sites across the country to examine autism incidence in a variety of American communities. The most recent data from the agency’s Autism and Developmental Disabilities Monitoring Network — collected in 2010
— suggests that autism affects 1 in 68 children.
This time, however, officials say they’re looking to learn more from the numbers.
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