New Treatment for Autism

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In animal experiments, it was found that a very low dose of romidepsin, a drug used in the treatment of cancer, can have a strong and long-lasting effect in reducing the symptoms of autism. The drug seems to be able to restore genes whose absence is responsible for the social deficits in autism.

News seen at: ScienceDaily - Health News

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