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Scientists identify hormone that may be autism biomarker

In a new study, scientists at Stanford University say levels of a certain hormone found in rhesus monkeys and also in humans could be a biomarker for autism. Dr. Karen Parker, an associate professor at Stanford who worked on the study, joins CBSN with details.
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