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The Pharmaceutical Journal
Vol 269 No 7213 p270
31 August 2002

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Autism and GI disorders

Children with autism are no more likely to suffer gastrointestinal (GI) disorders than non-autistic children, American researchers have found (BMJ 2002; 325:419). They found the incidence of GI disorders was the same ? 9 per cent ? among autistic children and matched controls.

They also found no temporal association between measles, mumps and rubella vaccination and onset of GI symptoms in children with autism.

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