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Autism is a problem that seems to be on the rise but few of us understand its mysterious inability to communicate and the apparently anti-social and repetitive behavior. Two families will join us to tell of their experience dealing with children afflicted by the disease and two physicians from Touro University Nevada's Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities will try to unravel some of the mysteries of autism. They also answer your calls and emails.

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Nicole Ann Cavenaugh, Clinical Dir, Ctr for Autism and Dev Disablities, Touro University NV
Dr. Andrew Eisen, Medical Dir, Ctr for Autism and Dev Disablities, Touro University NV
Rochelle and Phillip, parents of five year old Sebastian and four year old Elias
Allison, mother of four year old Peter

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