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There's hope.

There's hope.
January 17, 2013, 01:56:50 AM
Some young children accurately diagnosed as autistic lose their symptoms and their diagnosis as they get older, say US researchers.

The findings of the National Institutes of Health study of 112 children appears to challenge the widely held belief that autism is a lifelong condition.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-21029593

Re: There's hope.
January 17, 2013, 09:34:52 PM
A ex/repulsion of all society. Hope to get better.
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Re: There's hope.
January 19, 2013, 12:50:42 AM
Some young children accurately diagnosed as autistic lose their symptoms and their diagnosis as they get older, say US researchers.

Disease symptomology dissipates as there is no natural state to base it against?

Re: There's hope.
January 19, 2013, 09:38:08 PM
They ought to sue the psychiatrists for misdiagnosis!  The Aspic Right Movement (ARM) shall have something to say about this!
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Re: There's hope.
January 27, 2013, 11:59:31 PM

Re: There's hope.
January 31, 2013, 03:23:31 AM
I'm inclined to believe it. Isn't autism more a state of mind/set of behaviors. Doesn't it stand to reason that though an autistic individual's natural tendencies are vastly different than the normal person's, they can still learn and mimic their behavior. This external behavior is all that can be tested, it stands to reason that these individuals would still have thought patterns largely of an autistic person interrupted with a few normal patterns, at least enough to appear superficially normal and be able to make it anywhere in society.

Alas, a cure!

The instance you show appears to be an easing of suffering by getting the unfortunate kid high. They might as well if they're going to keep someone alive that really should be euthanized. However, I can imagine cannabis and other psychoactive chemicals enabling empathy and self-analysis which would allow an autistic person to break free of their debilitating thought patterns.