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Why Autism Therapies Have an Evidence Problem
Some experts argue that better trials are needed before putting interventions into practice.
Why Autism Therapies Have an Evidence Problem
Why Autism Therapies Have an Evidence Problem

Some experts argue that better trials are needed before putting interventions into practice.

Some experts argue that better trials are needed before putting interventions into practice.

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