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On the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., we remember his dream that all could share in equal rights and privileges. We, too, have a dream that all individuals with autism and their caregivers will have access to reliable and accurate information regarding treatments for autism.
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ASAT Responds to MEDICC Review’s, “Autism Spectrum Disorder in Cuba: Comprehensive and Coordinated Response”

December 29, 2017

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Dear Conner Gorry, We are writing in response to your article, “Autism Spectrum Disorder in Cuba: Comprehensive and Coordinated Response,” published online in MEDICC Review’s open access International Journal of Cuban Health and Medicine (April–July 2017).  First and foremost, we would like to applaud you for disseminating your analysis on the prevalence of autism in…

ASAT Responds to The Inquirer’s, “Falling Off the Cliff”

December 27, 2017

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Dear Ms. Polaneczky, In response to your four-part series titled “Falling Off the Cliff,” that was recently published in The Inquirer, we would like to share our feedback regarding several main points of your article. You highlighted important experiences of adults with disabilities and their families, including the long wait list for funding resources for…

ASAT Responds to Science-Based Medicine’s, “Preying on the Vulnerable: Electrodiagnostics, Bach Flower Remedies, and Sound Therapy for Autism, ADHD, and Learning Problems”

November 28, 2017

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Dr. Hall, Thank you for your article.  We deeply appreciate your recognition of the work of the Association for Science in Autism Treatment in taking steps to keep science at the forefront of every conversation about autism treatment.  Your readers may not be aware of the sad reality that there are over 500 proposed treatments…

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