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Cammie McGovern's Eye Contact

Cammie McGovern's Eye Contact

Death and autism

From the September, 2006 issue

When her eldest son was diagnosed with autism at age three, writer Cammie McGovern did what many mothers in the same situation do: she became a student of the mysterious developmental disorder, devouring the available literature on autism, learning of the therapies, interventions, and even diets that promise help or offer hope.

 
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