Spatial clusters of autism births and diagnoses point to contextual drivers of increased prevalence
Autism prevalence has risen dramatically over the past two decades in California. Although often suggested to have been crucial to the rise of autism, environmental and social contextual drivers of diagnosis have not been extensively examined. Identifying
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