In a South Korea study, the first to take a broad look at the prevalence of autism spectrum disorders, researchers find one case in every 38 children. The incidence may be similar in the U.S.The incidence of autism may be much higher than previously thought in the United States and elsewhere in the world, according to a rigorous, comprehensive study of the condition conducted in South Korea, researchers reported Monday.
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