Cat in a Dog's World: Who Benefits from 'Autism Recovery'?
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I would never think that autism can be cured. I thought it was a disorder in the chromosomes, and that type of stuff is just permanent.
So, the media is reporting that 10% of autistic children can "recover" from it. These are certainly interesting results with numerous implications. On the plus side, this may discredit those charlatans who promote biomedical treatments for "autism recovery." As most of us neurodiversity people have known all along, an autistic children need not be put on a restrictive diet or given potentially dangerous chemicals to show developmental gains. That's the good news.