Yale Researchers Use Placenta To Predict Risk Of Autism

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Yale University researchers just finished up a study that helps determine whether a child is at risk for autism after birth. The average age of a diagnosis is 4-years-old.

Research scientist Dr. Harvey Kliman joins the Morning Extra to explain how the placenta is key to providing more clues about autism.

For more details, go to Dr. Kliman’s website: www.klimanlabs.yale.edu.

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