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Welcome to our "in the press" page! Check back here often for the latest updates on autism research and autism in Canada. While there is currently no cure for autism, we are getting closer every day to finding new answers!

Flu vaccine rekindles debate over connection to autism


Autism Vancouver and Flu Vaccine The much-anticipated H1N1 vaccine has given new life to an ongoing debate about whether vaccinations in children can cause autism, a discussion that will likely heat up as Canada and other countries move closer to releasing the new vaccine. Read More...


Kate Winslet to narrate film on autism


Kate Winslet to narrate film on autism Oscar-winning actress Kate Winslet will provide the English narration on "The Sunshine Boy," a documentary exploring autism by Icelandic director Fridrik Thor Fridriksson. Read More...



Study urges early intervention to tackle autism


The study has been examining siblings of children with autism, scrutinising the behaviour of infants as young as 10 days old. Flinders University researcher Robyn Young says children in the at-risk group were shown to be developing different behavioural patterns from those whose families had no history of autism. Read More...


Autism and the immigration connection


Idar Hassan named her third child Ali, after a beloved cousin. Beautiful and alert, Ali could say "dada" and cruise around the living room, hanging onto furniture, by the time he was eight months old. Read More...


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