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Complementary medicine widely used to treat children with autism, developmental delay

In a study of the range of treatments being employed for young children with autism and other developmental delays, researchers have found that families often use complementary and alternative medicine treatments and that the most frequent users of both conventional and complementary approaches are those with higher levels of parental education and income.
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