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This ScienceServ explores the connections between autism and the environment. We do this by distributing influential research articles sharing new research, treatments, and prevention strategies. We work to create collaborative opportunities among researchers, advocates, public health professionals, patients, and healthcare providers to reduce the burden of autism in the community. CHE Partnership calls feature new research about environmental contributors to autism and innovative efforts to apply the science towards autism reduction and prevention.
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