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This session provides results on the prevalence of ASD in at-risk groups, findings on prenatal and post-natal environmental exposures, results of detection programs, and issues of case definition in population based studies.
Thursday, 2 May 2013: 11:00-13:00
Meeting Room 1-2 (Kursaal Centre)
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